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Jane Goodall is world-famous for her work with chimpanzees. Now her focus turns to a different crowd

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Jane Goodall, a well-known primatologist, is still making a significant impact through her conservation efforts. Goodall’s work has evolved and now focuses on empowering young people through her program called ‘Roots & Shoots.’ In a recent interview, she emphasized the importance of exchanging information between generations and the role individuals play in creating change. Goodall started Roots & Shoots in 1991 to address the loss of hope among young people due to climate change and biodiversity loss. She believes that every individual can make a difference and that collective small actions can change the world. Goodall also highlighted the importance of climate innovation and technology in helping us move towards a harmonious coexistence with the natural world. She urged individuals to remember that their daily choices impact the environment and emphasized the need for immediate action.