Jane Goodall (Londra, 3 aprile 1934), è un'etologa e antropologa inglese. È nota soprattutto per la sua ricerca (durata 40 anni) sulla vita sociale e familiare degli scimpanzé. Dirige l'organizzazione Jane Goodall Institute, che si occupa dello studio e della protezione dei primati in diverse zone del mondo.
Alex Woo’s New ‘Chimpanzee’ Disney Jewelry
Alex Woo's 'Chimpanzee' charms for a new Disney movie use recycled metals for Earth Day 2012. 20% of all the proceeds will benefit the Jane Goodall Institute. “The Jane Goodall Institute strives to respect, nourish, and protect all living things: people, animals and the environment,” Woo told the press. “In this design, I wanted to represent these goals, so each vine represents each of these three elements—people, animals, and the environment.”
Jane Goodall Rollins College: Jane Goodall speaks at Rollins College about getting involved in conservation
Jane Goodall, with Rollins College president Lewis Duncan, places a stone bearing her name on "Mills Lawn" on the college's campus on Thursday, April 19, 2012. “Jane Goodall champions conservation in talk at Rollins” April 19 in the Orlando Sentinel
120 Women Who Changed Our World
Jane Goodall 1934- PRIMATOLOGIST AND CONSERVATIONIST Fifty years ago she began studying chimpanzee families at the Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania — and in the process taught us much about our own. Roots & Shoots, her environmental organization for kids, has tens of thousands of participants — a new generation ready to protect wild things and their habitats.