About the Program
Primatologist Jane Goodall, famous for her work with chimpanzees, talks about her latest book, "Hope for Animals and Their World." In the book, Dr. Goodall and her co-authors describe people and projects around the world that are rescuing species on the brink of extinction. She discusses her book with John Nielsen, journalist in residence at the World Wildlife Fund. Mr. Nielsen is the author of "Condor: To the Brink and Back - The Life and Times of One Giant Bird" and the producer of WWF's "The Wild Things," a bi-weekly podcast.
Jane Goodall, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute (janegoodall.org), is the author of many books, including "In the Shadow of Man," "Reason for Hope," and "Chimpanzees I Love."
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