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Jane Goodall Quote: “The least I can do is speak out for the hundreds of chimpanzees who, right now, sit hunched, miserable and without hope, staring out with dead eyes from their metal prisons. They cannot speak for themselves.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “I’m always pushing for human responsibility. Given that chimpanzees and many other animals are sentient and sapient, then we should treat them with respect.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Lasting change is a series of compromises.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Attacks by other chimpanzees are the second most frequent cause of death at Gombe, after disease. Through.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Thousands of people who say they love animals sit down once or twice a day to enjoy the flesh of creatures who have been utterly deprived of everything that could make their lives worth living and who endured the awful suffering and the terror of the abattoirs.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Chimps are very quick to have a sudden fight or aggressive episode, but they’re equally as good at reconciliation.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “I don’t spend that much time being introspective, believe it or not. All I know is that I grew up not questioning God because that’s how you are. God was there like the birds and the wind.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Certainly it’s very often true that women tend to be a bit quieter and more prepared to sit there and let the animal tell you things.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “I love dogs, not chimps. Some chimps are nice, and some are horrid. I don’t actually think of them as animals any more than I think of us as animals, although both of us are.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Cruelty is a terrible thing. I believe it is the worst human sin.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Some humans are mathematicians-others aren’t.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Trees are living beings. And they have their own personalities... There are the young, eager saplings, all striving with each other... If you put your cheek against one of those, you almost sense the sap rising and the energy.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “He had instigated a detailed study of the limb bones and locomotor patterns of a number of modern antelopes; the functions of varying bone structures of their legs could then be ascertained. Then, from the structure of fossil antelope bones reconstructed their movements.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “How can you stop yourself from yelling and shouting and accusing everyone of cruelty? The easy answer is that the aggressive approach simply doesn’t work.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Nature can win if we give her a chance.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “And so began one of the most exciting periods of my life, the time of discovery.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “My role in life is to give people hope, because if you run out of hope, we may as well give up.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Hope is a survival trait and without it we perish.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Children – and adults – who have a growth mindset are much more successful than those who have a fixed mindset about themselves and the world.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “When making decisions most people ask, ‘Will it help me or my family now or the next shareholders’ meeting or my next election campaign?’ The hallmark of wisdom is asking, ‘What effects will the decision I make today have on future generations? On the health of the planet?”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Every day we make some impact on the planet. And the cumulative effect of millions of small ethical actions will truly make a difference.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Just tell people stories, try and find out who they are, try and find something that links you with them.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Unfortunately, Doug, we have lost the long-term perspective, and we are suffering from an absurd and very unwise belief that there can be unlimited economic development on a planet of finite natural resources, focusing on short-term results or profits at the expense of long-term interests.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “We’re not really a very intelligent species when we destroy our home.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “The naturalist,” Jane said, “looks for the wonder of nature – she listens to the voice of nature and learns from nature as she tries to understand it. Whereas a scientist is more focused on facts and the desire to quantify. For a scientist, the question is, ‘Why is this adaptive? How does it contribute to the survival of the species?”
Jane Goodall Quote: “Unfortunately, the media devotes so much space to covering all of the bad, hateful things that are going on and not enough to reporting about all the goodness and kindness that’s out there.”
Jane Goodall Quote: “How do we get people to heed the dire warnings of the people on the ground who have been fighting this danger for so long? How do we get them to take action?”
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