Jane Goodall Hopecast

Do you also dream of a better world? A world with more respect for each other? With no poverty? With equal rights for everyone. Where we focus on the things that connect us. A place where we can accept and understand each other. Where we focus on the good things instead of the negative things. A world where humans can be part of nature. Where humans can live together in harmony with animals, plants and trees. A place where we connect with nature and find the deeper meanings in life.

But do you sometimes lose hope? Do you think it’s useless what you do to change the world? Do you think it all sounds like an impossible dream? Don’t lose hope! Listen to the Jane Goodall Hopecast. This podcast from my big inspiration and namesake is all about changemaking guests from every area. These guests are part of a growing movement sparked by Jane and fueled by hope. Every episode of the Jane Goodall Hopecast is filled with meaningful connections, stories and hope. Get ideas to fuel your own efforts to make a difference. She talks to guests like Azzedine Downes, John Scanlon and Craig Foster.

Hopecast | Photo: news.janegoodall.org

We all know Jane. In July 1960 she traveled from England to what is now Tanzania and ventured into the little-known world of wild chimpanzees. She studied chimps for many years. Today she travels the world, speaking about the threats facing chimpanzees and environmental crises, urging each of us to take action on behalf of all living things and the planet we share. Jane Goodall is a scientist, activist, storyteller and icon.

For me personally Jane is one of my inspirations. A woman who is not afraid to stay in the jungle and has a passion and love for wildlife and animals, like me. Who brings awareness and inspiration to others about the urge of taking care of living creatures and the earth. Like me, we both focus on hope and things we can do to make this world more beautiful. Together we can build a better world for all. It is possible! Join us on this journey.


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