For decades she dedicated herself to the life of the great apes, now she returns with a new mission: “Trees For Jane” is the name of Dr. Jane Goodall‘s great renaturation campaign. The goal of one of the most prominent environmental activists of our time is to protect global tree and forest cover and restore lost forests.
„The climate crisis is affecting all life on earth. You don’t have to be a scientist to understand. From severe storms and floods to unprecedented droughts and wildfires, they can tell you that weather patterns are destabilizing at a terrifying pace!“, Dr. Goodall points out in front of the climate crisis, but at the same time gives hope: “But each one of us can make a difference. By protecting, restoring, and planting trees, we can help save our climate while creating a better world for all living creatures.“
Saving forests and planting trees buys humanity valuable time needed to shift from fossil fuels to cleaner energy and implement other beneficial changes to solve the climate crisis more quickly. With “Trees For Jane,” renowned scientist Dr. Jane Goodall contributes to a better future, and anyone can join in. #stoptalkingstartplanting
Jane Goodall posted a wonderful video about her idea – view here:
Plant-for-the-Planet is honored to assist this groundbreaking initiative by Dr. Jane Goodall by providing its platform and creating the campaign website.
Jane Goodall was one of the celebrity faces of the Foundation’s “Stop talking. Start planting.” campaign, which promoted tree planting as a solution to the climate crisis in 2011 as part of Plant-for-the-Planet’s Trillion Tree Campaign.
At the World Economic Forum 2020 in Davos, Felix and Jane Goodall participated in a discussion forum with other guests to discuss the importance of forests for the climate.
“The climate crisis is affecting all life on earth. You don’t have to be a scientist to understand. From severe storms and floods to unprecedented droughts and wildfires, they can tell you that weather patterns are destabilizing at a terrifying pace!”, Dr. Goodall points out in front of the climate crisis, but at the same time gives hope: “But each one of us can make a difference.” But each one of us can make a difference. But each one of us can make a difference. We can all be part of the solution. By protecting, restoring, and planting trees, we can help save our climate while creating a better world for all living creatures.
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