‘We can leave a better world for our children’: Jane Goodall’s inspiring message
Primatologist Jane Goodall delivered inspirational hope for our planet's future on Monday's Q&A. Photo: ABC
Amid overwhelmingly sombre debate around faith in humanity, renowned UK primatologist Jane Goodall offered a bit of uplifting optimism for the planet’s future.
Dr Goodall told Monday night’s Q&A audience everyone had the power to affect change to help prevent the destruction of our natural habitats and save our environment, for humans and animals alike.
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The panel, which also comprised Victorian Liberal Senator James Paterson, Shadow Minister for Human Services Linda Burney, author Rachel Botsman and Peter Kurti, a research fellow at the Centre for Independent Studies, tackled a number of issues stating a loss of trust in today’s society and in institutional bodies, including religion, politics, and the media.
But with the help of her furry friend Mr H, a stuffed monkey, Dr Goodall offered a glimmer of hope.
“I don’t think we’re doomed at all. We can learn from our mistakes.”