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An Evening with Jane Goodall

Posted in Science & Technology
Sep 30, 2017

Dr. Jane Goodall

When: Saturday, Sept. 30 at 7 pm
Where: Sid Buckwold Theatre, TCU Place, Saskatoon
Ticketswww.janegoodall.ca/events
Note: U of S students, faculty, staff, and alumni can receive 20% off their ticket purchase by entering the following code: UofS2017

Dr. Jane Goodall first set foot in the forests of Tanzania in 1960, armed with little more than a notepad, a pair of binoculars and a dream of living in Africa and observing wildlife. From the moment she witnessed a chimpanzee make a tool to the moment she decided to leave the park in order to save the chimpanzees she cared for, Dr. Goodall will describe her extraordinary scientific breakthroughs in animal behaviour and her journey to becoming one of the world’s most prominent and active conservationists.

Dr. Goodall’s talks never fail to inspire people of all ages, from all walks of life, as she recounts her unique experiences as a young woman working alone in the rainforest and her hope for the future through her dedication to youth-led action for sustainable change.

About JGI
The Jane Goodall Institute is a global community conservation organization that advances the vision and work of Dr. Jane Goodall. By protecting chimpanzees and inspiring people to conserve the natural world we all share, we improve the lives of people, animals and the environment. 

All proceeds from ticket sales support JGI Canada’s efforts to save our precious planet and its most endangered species.


 

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