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Jane Goodall's Hope

In a lecture at the University of Winnipeg and in a follow-up conversation with Paul Kennedy, pioneering primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall discusses the evolving relationship between humans and animals, saving the planet and the role the next generation can play in both.
Jane Goodall (Jean-Marc Bouju/Associated Press)

In a lecture at the University of Winnipeg and in a follow-up conversation with Paul Kennedy, pioneering primatologist and conservationist Jane Goodall discusses the evolving relationship between humans and animals, saving the planet and the role the next generation can play in both. **This episode originally aired October 7, 2015.


HIGHLIGHT CLIP: Paul Kennedy gets a lesson in how to speak chimpanzee
Hear Paul Kennedy get a lesson in how to speak chimpanzee from world-renowed primatologist Dr Jane Goodall. 1:08

 

Jane Goodall maybe the most famous primatologist in the world. Her landmark study of chimpanzees in Tanzania more than fifty years ago forced the scientific world to redefine its understanding of humans and animals.

Jane Goodall was the guest speaker at the Axworthy Distinguished Lecture Series on Social Justice and The Public Good at the University of Winnipeg. The title of her talk was Sowing the Seeds of Hope.

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