Jane Goodall, the woman who taught us everything we know about chimpanzees. Six decades ago, she started her groundbreaking research on chimpanzee behavior in Tanzania, and at 87 years-old she remains an avid high-profile campaigner for animal and nature conservation.
Speaking from her family home in the English countryside, she shares what chimpanzees can teach us about parenting. She touches on the importance of children bonding with nature and why that is important for the survival of our species, and the importance of hope as we move into the future. At the end, she has a message for every parent.
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