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RESCHEDULING: Dr. Jane Goodall & Living on Earth: Local Voices, Local Choices
**Please note that we are working to reschedule "Dr. Jane Goodall & Living on Earth: Local Voices, Local Choices" due to unforeseen circumstances. We will reach out to all registrants soon with the new date and time and look forward to having a conversation about empowering communities in their conservation efforts.**

You know her from her groundbreaking research on chimpanzees, but Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE and her team have spent over twenty years developing a holistic approach to conservation centered not around the chimps, but around the people.

Their new book “Local Voices, Local Choices: The Tacare Approach to Community-Led Conservation” aims to empower communities to understand the ways they impact their environment, and find sustainable solutions that preserve it for the benefit of all species.

The Living on Earth Book Club, Jane Goodall Institute and UMass Boston School for the Environment proudly present this free, live conversation between Dr. Jane Goodall and Host Steve Curwood on the Tacare Approach.

Looking for a copy of Dr. Jane Goodall's new book, "Local Voices, Local Choices: The Tacare Approach to Community-Led Conservation"? Consider purchasing through Living on Earth + Bookshop, which supports indie bookstores and nonprofits like LOE. https://bookshop.org/a/20556/9781589486461

Oct 14, 2022 05:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE
Ethologist, Conservationist and Primatologist @Jane Goodall Institute
On the path to becoming the world’s leading primatologist, Dr. Jane Goodall redefined traditional conservation. In 1977, she founded the Jane Goodall Institute to support the research in Gombe and scale up the protection of chimpanzees in their habitats. In the late 1980s, it became clear that Gombe was only part of the solution to a much bigger, rapidly growing problem of deforestation and declining chimpanzee populations across Africa. Knowing that local communities are key to protecting chimpanzees, she redefined traditional conservation with an approach that recognizes the central role people play in the well-being of animals and habitat. In 1991, when a group of young people confided their own deep concerns, she invited them to co-found Roots & Shoots, a program at work with young people in 100 countries to foster the informed generation of conservation leaders our world so urgently needs.
Steve Curwood
Executive Producer and Host @Living on Earth
Steve Curwood created the first pilot of Living on Earth in the Spring of 1990 and today the show is aired on more than 250 public radio stations in the USA. Steve has been a journalist for more than 30 years with experience at NPR, CBS News, the Boston Globe, WBUR-FM/Boston and WGBH-TV/Boston. He shared the 1975 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service as part of the Boston Globe's education team. Steve is also the recipient of the 2003 Global Green Award for Media Design, the 2003 David A. Brower Award from the Sierra Club for excellence in environmental reporting and the 1992 New England Environmental Leadership Award from Tufts University for his work on promoting environmental awareness. A faculty associate of the Harvard University Center for the Environment, he is also a professor of practice at UMass Boston.