Natures PathNatures Path2017-12-04MORE new cereals – this time for children and under our charitable 'Envirokidz' banner!
Introducing Leapin’ Lemurs - a tasty mix of organic corn, chocolate and peanut butter - and Coco Chimps, a delicious combination of fair trade chocolate and organic corn.
Sales of Leapin’ Lemurs helps lemur.conservation.foundation, while funds raised from Choco Chimps goes to The Jane Goodall Institute janegoodallinst Find them both in Tesco now... organicglutenfreeenvirokidz janegoodallinstlemurconservationtescohttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/24332051_173361150068174_1059701408405651456_n.jpg2017-12-04
Dr. Jane GoodallDr. Jane Goodall2017-11-14Do you feel like all you want to do is to help Jane & save the world but don’t know where to start? Never fear, rootsandshoots is here! With JGI’s Roots & Shoots, YOU are in control of the project to help your community for people, other animals and the environment. Start today by participating in a one-click, it’s easy and will make a huge difference: bit.ly/rsoneclick . You’ll be joining people from nearly 100 countries doing remarkable things RIGHT NOW to improve the world we all share! Don’t wait! | janegoodalljanegoodallinstitutejaneyouthchangetheworldjanegoodallinstjgimakeadifferenceyouthspeakhttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/23594108_1937850646469552_914686364551741440_n.jpg2017-11-14
https://instatbt.com/Place/hip-kid/543445272hip-kidLemonade (stand... for a cause) update! Each week hip-kid in Chappaqua features the “lemonade (stand... for a cause)” which donates 100% of the profits to a different charity each week!
This past Saturday’s charity was to raise money for The Jane Goodall Institute and they raised $155! Thank you to all our awesome volunteers for helping to make this happen! Swipe left to see the pics of our volunteers in action! Make time to see the movie Jane at the Jacob Burns in Pleasantville as this inspired us to choose this charity!
The Jane Goodall Institute works to protect chimpanzees and other primates by supporting sanctuaries, law enforcement efforts to reduce illegal trafficking, and public education to protect endangered species in the wild.
And as always click below to sign up for volunteer time slots! The stand will continue to run to raise money for various causes as weather permits!
João Lacerda MatosJoão Lacerda Matos2017-10-31Caros colegas, consumidores: não comprem suplemento alimentar de cartilagem de tubarão !
"If we all loose hope, there is no hope. Without hope people fall in apathy. There is still a lot left that is worth fighting for. " Jane Goodall Phd Goodall Institute , UN Messenger of peace janegoodallinststopkillingsharkssavetheplanethttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/22858151_296756070824597_4961334869293531136_n.jpg2017-10-31
Janet vasquez . jlovJanet vasquez . jlov2017-10-23Historia conmovedora, chimpanzé abraza a la Dra. janegoodallinst quien cuidaba de el y se despide con un abrazo al ser puesto en libertad. janegoodallinstitutejanegoodallhttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/22794466_1848605265180094_6855636624760373248_n.jpg2017-10-23
subeer photographersubeer photographer2017-10-19This month's edition of the the national geographic magazine has a very good section dedicated to Jane Goodall who is best known for her over 55-year study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees since she first went to Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania in 1960. She found numerous findings during her study that suggest similarities between humans and chimpanzees exist in more than genes alone, but can be seen in emotion, intelligence, and family and social relationships. She worked alongside the renownded Dutch wildlife filmmaker and photographer Hugo Van Lawick, who through his still photographs and films, helped popularize the study of chimpanzees. A good deal of this Gombe footage was used in the highly acclaimed documentary Miss Goodall and the Wild Chimpanzees by the National Geographic Society. Hugo always worked according to the same principle: strongly emphasize the individual character of each animal, rather than just show a representative of a particular species. I wanted to post this as it is quite inspirational to me and Iam sure would be useful for wildlife photographers novice to professionals. This issue also has striking articles about wildlife trophy hunting in Africa and USA, Dubai as a mega city, the Myanmar refugee crisis, Siberia's Nenets tribe and much more. So grab yourself a copy and you will be enlightened! Trust me! :) janegoodallinstnatgeonationalgeowildgoodreadjanegoodallukwildlifephotographywildlifephotographerswildlife_photographers_clubwildlifephotographerjanegoodallcanjanegoodallau janegoodallhk janegoodallclinstareadsinstareadrootsandshootssubeersphotographyphotographyvisit.dubai dubairohingyabloodlionsprotectlionsjointhepridesavelionsclawsoutshockwildlifetruthsbredforthebulletconactiontrusthttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/p640x640/22582722_162531917670463_4557653564612149248_n.jpg2017-10-19
Lillian LiuLillian Liu2017-10-16Inktober day 15 is Jane Goodall. She was the first to disprove that humans are the only tool makers. Chimps have the ability as well, the first case seen by a chimp using a leaf as a sponge to access water in a tree hollow. She was one of the only 8 people in the world to get her PhD from Cambridge without any prior degree.
I painted this while watching Miss Goodall and the Wild Chimpanzees (1965), the first film that National Geographic ever produced about Goodall in Tanzania. .
Pst, there were a lot of birthday festivities this weekend, so I might go back and do 13 and 14 a little later!! 😱 https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/22580229_322785904854362_8592459036337635328_n.jpg2017-10-16