Dr. Jane Goodall speaks to children at Berkeley’s University of California Botanical Garden about her love for animals, spending the night in the African rainforest, chimpanzee observations, how her mother inspired her, and on never giving up hope for the future.
Goodall travels the world 300 days a year to talk to young people about environment conservation and humanitarian efforts.
Goodall: “You may feel like there’s not much I can do, I’m just one person. But if you’re part of Roots and Shoots, there are millions of people just like you all doing the same thing.”…“There is hope. You’re the hope. You’re my hope. My reason for hope is the resilience of nature and the indomitable human spirit.”