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 Jane Goodall - “We reckon that in about 20 years there'll be none left.”
 Jane Goodall - “Change happens by listening and then starting a dialogue with the people who are doing something you don't believe is right.”
 Jane Goodall - “We can't leave people in abject poverty, so we need to raise the standard of living for 80 of the world's people, while bringing it down considerably for the 20 who are destroying our natural resources.”
 Jane Goodall - “A number of sanctuaries will be needed to provide the social and physical environments that these chimpanzees need and deserve. I am delighted to hear about the generosity of the people of northwest Louisiana making one such haven possible. On behalf of the chimpanzees, thank you.”
 Jane Goodall - “So this is my effort to bring back the hope that we must have if we are to change direction. . . . I think to be fully human, we need to have meaning in our lives, and that's what I am trying to help these young people to find.”
 Jane Goodall - “Angelina is living proof of the power we all have every one of us to make a difference. I was deeply moved by her descriptions of individual refugees struggling to live with dignity and hope, and found her personal commitment to be an inspiration.”
 Jane Goodall - “My mission is to create a world where we can live in harmony with nature,”
 Jane Goodall - “As I traveled, talking about these issues, I met so many young people who had lost hope. Some were depressed some were apathetic some were angry and violent. And when I talked to them, they all more or less felt this way because we had compromised their future and the world of tomorrow was not going to sustain their great-grandchildren.”
 Jane Goodall - “Angelina is living proof of the power we all have every one of us to make a difference. I was deeply moved by her descriptions of individual refugees struggling to live with dignity and hope, and found her personal commitment to be an inspiration.”
 Jane Goodall - “Angelina is living proof of the power we all have every one of us to make a difference. I was deeply moved by her descriptions of individual refugees struggling to live with dignity and hope, and found her personal commitment to be an inspiration.”
 Jane Goodall - “And can I do that alone No. So there is a whole army of youth that can do it. So I suppose my mission is to reach as many of those young people as I can through my own efforts.”
 Jane Goodall - “Charles Patterson's book will go a long way towards righting the terrible wrongs that human beings, throughout history, have perpetrated on non-human animals. I urge you to read it and think deeply about its important message.”
 Jane Goodall - “I came up with 'Roots and Shoots' when I was traveling around the world in increasingly broader circles talking about the environmental issues and challenges facing Africa,”
 Jane Goodall - “As a small child in England, I had this dream of going to Africa. We didn't have any money and I was a girl, so everyone except my mother laughed at it. When I left school, there was no money for me to go to university, so I went to secretarial college and got a job.”
 Jane Goodall - “If people get to meet them face-to-face and see how amazing they are, they are much more likely to be interested in their plight in Africa and Asia,”