This planet can provide for human need, but not for human greed.
Director Yann Artus-Bertrand spent more than three years interviewing over 2,000 people around the world for his film, Human. The result is an emotional testament of what it is that makes us just that.
Jane Goodall is a world-famous primatologist, best-known for her work with chimpanzees—a dedication that has lasted more than 55 years. She is the UN messenger of peace and the founder of Jane Goodall Institute conservation charity and of Roots & Shoots, a global environmental and humanitarian education program for young people.
Today, Goodall describes her job as “giving people hope.” This is her beautiful message to all of us.
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