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Otherworldly images from the Puna

The Puna de Atacama is the high plateau of the Atacama Desert that stretches across northern Chile and Argentina. Last August, during the South American winter, we visited this eerie Mars-like landscape, where volcanoes, sand, and salt mingle. In the middle of the Puna sits one of Argentina’s highest villages, Tolar Grande, with an elevation of 11,500 feet. Surrounding it are some of the tallest peaks in the Andes, many soaring well over 20,000 feet high. We stayed in the village for a few ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Wales, Washington, US, Earth, Chile, Argentina, Peru, South America, Desert, Mars, All, Atacama Desert, Salta, Andes


Goodall: 'Window is closing' to reverse climate change

Legendary conservationist, Jane Goodall, tells Becky Anderson radical change is needed to solve climate emergency.
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In these 'very dark times,' Jane Goodall explains why she is still hopeful

Jane Goodall, the legendary primatologist and conservationist, sat down with CNNI's Becky Anderson to share how she remains hopeful in the face of mounting global environmental, political and social crises.
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Beautiful images from Madagascar

In December , my family and I took a trip across northern Madagascar, the world’s second-largest island country after Indonesia and home to diverse animal species found nowhere else on the planet. The country is made up of the main island of Madagascar, the world’s fourth-largest island, and several smaller islands. We started on the island of Nosy Be, off the coast of the main island, and ended at the main island’s northern port city of Antsiranana, visiting three national parks along the w...
Tags: Travel, Indonesia, Washington, France, Africa, US, Norway, Madagascar, Ecuador, Indian Ocean, All, Palm Beach, Jane Goodall, Candice Walsh, Diego Suarez, Antsiranana


Prince Harry 'desperately' wants Archie to grow up away from pomp and royalty

World-renowned activist and chimpanzee expert Jane Goodall, who spoke to Prince Harry for a...
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‘The Woman Who Loves Giraffes’: Film Review

Ask anyone to name a female pioneer who studied wild species in their natural habitat in Africa and you’ll get Jane Goodall. But in 1956, four years before primatologist Goodall’s rightfully celebrated work with the chimpanzees started, there was the 23-year-old Canadian Dr. Anne Innis Dagg and her research of giraffes. Despite being the first […]
Tags: Reviews, Africa, Jane Goodall, Goodall, Anne Innis Dagg, Alison Reid, The Woman Who Loves Giraffes


How sharing animal photos online endangers wildlife

Limbani the chimpanzee has about 650,000 Instagram followers. In recent months the account has featured viral photos and videos of the captive young ape playing the guitar, bouncing on a trampoline and wearing a giant banana costume. Fans are also offered real-life encounters with the chimp at a Miami facility, paying US$700 for a ten-minute session. Experts, including renowned primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall, have raised concerns about Limbani’s care. They question why he is not in the company o...
Tags: Startups, Science, Instagram, US, World, Miami, Jane Goodall, Syndication, Limbani


Cartoons in National Geographic's Jane Goodall exhibit

Patrick McDonnell of course, but also a Gary Larson mention. [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Jane Goodall, Gary Larson, National Geographic Society, Patrick McDonnell, Mike Rhode, Far Side, Mutts


Nobelist Robert Shiller’s New Approach to Economics: The “Economic Narrative.”

My graduate research early in the 1980s was focused on narratives. By that time education had begun to realize that teaching just facts or principles without embedding them in stories was a poor way of teaching. The primary reason for that wasn’t fully understood until neuroscience got in the business of figuring out how memory and understanding work. The result of a lot of research was that memory is based on stories that we put into our gray matter, not on principles or facts. Sounds dumbly ob...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Careers, Economy, John Wayne, Bureau, Jane Goodall, Shiller, Schiller, Roy Baumeister, Robert Shiller, Time Nov


National Geographic Asked Women from Around the World About Their Breakthroughs and Challenges

As part of their Nov 2019 issue focusing on women, National Geographic asked a group of women six questions: What Is the Most Important Challenge That Women Face Today? What Is the Greatest Hurdle You’ve Overcome? What Was Your Breakthrough Moment? What Needs to Change in the Next 10 Years? What Is Your Greatest Strength? What Advice Would You Give Young Women Today? The interviewees include Jacinda Ardern, Melinda Gates, Roxane Gay, Oprah Winfrey, Jane Goodall, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. W...
Tags: Nigeria, US, Oprah Winfrey, National Geographic, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Jason Kottke, Jane Goodall, Laura Bush, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie When


An inspiring read by Jean Case, National Geographic Society Chairman.

Just started reading this – and incredibly impressed. Written by Jean Case, National Geographic Society Chairman and a foreword by Jane Goodall -it’s a wonderful take on living fearlessly – Read More …
Tags: Sales, Jane Goodall, BOOKS WITH BITE - BOOK REVIEW, Jean Case National Geographic Society


Recent Readings, 8

IMHO, reading this subReddit written by an AI feels very similar to reading a subReddit written by humans that post on Reddit. Link. Pregnant women operate at a the limit of human energy endurance, just slightly ahead of elite ultramarathoners. The limiting factor is not heart, lung or muscles, but the amount of calories your digestive system can process — about 4,000 calories per day. Link. E-sports are huge, mostly in Asia, but worldwide. This illuminating video explains the financial landscap...
Tags: Asia, China, Future, Bill Gates, Vox, Jane Goodall, Stephen Wolfram, Liu Cixin


Legacy of Female Primatologists Jane Goodall & Dian Fossey — Elizabeth Lonsdorf at The Interval

Primatologist Elizabeth Lonsdorf shares the story of Jane Goodall and Dian Fossey, two of the three ‘Trimates’ who revolutionized the field of primatology with their studies of gorillas and chimpanzees. From the Conversation at The Interval, “Growing Up Ape: The Long-term Science of Studying Our Closest Living Relatives” by Elizabeth Lonsdorf, April 02019. Watch the full talk here.
Tags: Science, Future, Dian Fossey, Jane Goodall, The Interval, Elizabeth Lonsdorf


The Reality Bubble: how humanity's collective blindspots render us incapable of seeing danger until it's too late (and what to do about it)

Ziya Tong is a veteran science reporter who spent years hosting Discovery's flagship science program, Daily Planet: it's the sort of job that gives you a very broad, interdisciplinary view of the sciences, and it shows in her debut book, The Reality Bubble: Blind Spots, Hidden Truths, and the Dangerous Illusions that Shape Our World, a tour of ten ways in which our senses, our society, and our political system leads us to systematically misunderstand the world, to our deadly detriment. T...
Tags: Reviews, Post, Books, Gift Guide, Science, News, Delightful Creatures, Climate, History, Jane Goodall, Tong, Ziya Tong, Specialization Is For Insects, Naomi Klein David Suzuki, Ziya Tong Allen Lane


Justin Bieber Announces New Deodorant

Have you ever wondered what Justin Bieber smells like? Me neither, until this exact moment! This fall, Biebs will share his scent with the world with his new Schmidt’s Naturals deodorant, “Here + Now.” The company recently launched their collaboration with Jane Goodall. “Here + Now has various meanings, but to me it’s about being … More »
Tags: Music, News, Justin Bieber, SCHMIDT, Jane Goodall, Biebs


Justin Bieber to launch deodorant with Schmidt's Naturals

Schmidt’s Naturals, fresh from launching a deodorant with Jane Goodall, is going a very different direction by inking a deal with Justin Bieber to launch a deodorant dubbed “Here + Now.” The Bieber collaboration will launch globally both online and in physical stores this fall, said Schmidt’s CEO Michael Cammarata, making a bigger initial splash than the Goodall Lily of the Valley product, which started online and then moved into Whole Foods. Schmidt’s products have typically been sold online...
Tags: Advertising, Unilever, Justin Bieber, Bieber, Justin, SCHMIDT, Jane Goodall, United Talent Agency, Goodall, Cammarata, Michael Cammarata, Goodall Lily of the Valley, Sid Kaufman


3 famous innovators whose mothers were key to their success

Mother's Day is Sunday, May 12.Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jane Goodall, and Elon Musk all received extraordinary support from their mothers.Without this support, these innovators' careers probably would've turned out much differently. ​Philip Seymour Hoffman Even when his roles were small, such as in 1992's Scent of a Woman, it's hard to forget a performance from Philip Seymour Hoffman. Equally adept at playing the lead role or that of a bumbling sidekick, Hoffman was one of his generation's great...
Tags: Elon Musk, London, Relationships, Africa, Success, Tesla, Innovation, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Mother, Ncaa, Tanzania, Connor, Musk, Forbes, Elon, Hoffman


Great Ways For Grooms To Go Green

Image by Ibrahim Asad The famous primatologist Jane Goodall once said: “You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” It’s the quote that stayed firmly with me as we headed into Polka Dot Groom’s Green Issue this month. So how can grooms ensure their wedding impacts their guests positively but avoids impacting the environment negatively? Continue reading Great...
Tags: Wedding, Tips And Tricks, Jane Goodall, GROOM, Ibrahim Asad, The Green Issue


Chimpstagram: video of ape browsing app goes viral – but what is going on?

The internet has been captivated by Sugriva and her use of Instagram, but some animal experts haven’t been so impressed Chimpanzees are known to use at least 22 types of tools in the wild but in captivity a less rudimentary device now appears to be within ape capabilities – Instagram. Last week, a video showing a chimpanzee casually swiping through Instagram on a smartphone was posted on the photo-sharing application by Kody Antle, son of Mahamayavi Bhagavan “Doc” Antle, who is founder of M...
Tags: Science, Instagram, Africa, Guinea, Ivory Coast, South Carolina, Emory University, Wright, Stony Brook University, Jane Goodall, Holston, Frans de Waal, De Waal, Patricia Wright, Antle, Mike Holston


This viral video of a chimp browsing Instagram is facing criticism from primatologists

Many of us get enthralled in social media these days. And for photographers, that means Instagram in particular. But one Instagram user is going viral for a very unusual reason. They’re a chimpanzee. They scroll through the feeds, look at images and videos then flick back like a pro. View this post on Instagram Every night […] The post This viral video of a chimp browsing Instagram is facing criticism from primatologists appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Instagram, Jane Goodall, Chimp, Chimpanzee, Mike Holston


What’s It Really Like to Travel Guyana?

When I knew I was traveling to Guyana, I had no idea what to expect. Even for the girl who grew up constantly reading about other countries, I knew very little about Guyana and never really had a desire to visit. Then in November, I received an opportunity to visit Guyana on one of the Guyana Tourism Authority’s very first press trips. At the time, I was in Kenya on another press trip. One of the writers with me was Guyanese-American, and I excitedly told her I got invited to her home country. ...
Tags: Hong Kong, New York, Featured, New York City, Africa, Blog, Barcelona, Colombia, Hawaii, Italy, Guinea, Antarctica, Brazil, Romania, Kenya, Miami


LA honors Jane Goodall as she turns 85

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles city leaders honored the lifetime achievements of famed primatologist Jane Goodall by singing “Happy Birthday” to her on her 85th birthday. Goodall vocalized a chimpanzee greeting Wednesday at the City Hall ceremony and pulled Mayor Eric Garcetti over to demonstrate how a female chimpanzee greets a high-ranking male. Goodall recounted her experiences in Los Angeles over the years, most recently at the 2017 screening of the documentary “Jane” at the Hollywood Bowl that f...
Tags: News, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles City Council, City Hall, Hollywood Bowl, Jane, Jane Goodall, Goodall, Los Angeles City Hall, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze


Los Angeles honors Jane Goodall on her 85th birthday

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles city leaders honored the lifetime achievements of famed primatologist Jane Goodall by singing "Happy Birthday" to her on her 85th birthday.
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Human encroachment is obliterating chimpanzee culture

A study finds that human impact is decimating the cultures of chimpanzee communities in the wild. Unique localized behaviors are being reduced by 88 percent. Socialized learning in chimps has finally been established, just in time to be destroyed. None People who enjoy travel have seen this trend becoming more and more pronounced even in human populations: There's an increasing homogeneity among our cultures, a loss of local identity as we increasingly eat the same foods, watch the same movies...
Tags: Animals, Africa, Environment, Sustainability, Culture, Atlantic, Innovation, Anthropocene, Primates, Apes, Jane Goodall, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Kalan, Gulf of Maine, Chimpanzee, Ammie Kalan


Best spring break trips in the US

You don’t have to do five-story beer bongs off a beachfront balcony to have a great spring break. Though let’s be honest, it’s a better story if you do. The annual respite from school and work that runs from the beginning of March to mid-April is one of the great American traditions, where college kids create memories they won’t remember, and families finally have time for some peace and quiet. Even if you can’t afford a week of debauchery in Mexico or a family jaunt to Europe, each state has...
Tags: All, Spring Break, Spring Break Destinations, Spring Break Travel


100-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Helen Fagin Reads Her Letter About How Books Save Lives

"Could you imagine a world without access to reading, to learning, to books?" Helen Fagin, who poses that question, doesn't have to imagine it: she experienced that grim reality, and worse besides. "At twenty-one," she continues, "I was forced into Poland’s World War II ghetto, where being caught reading anything forbidden by the Nazis meant, at best, hard labor; at worst, death." There she operated a school in secret where she taught Jewish children Latin and mathematics, soon realizing th...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Books, College, Nazis, Neil Gaiman, History, Poland, Brian Eno, Seoul, Judy Blume, David Byrne, Facebook Twitter, Yo Yo Ma, Jane Goodall, Helen Keller


60 Free-to-Stream Movies for Women’s History Month: Classic Agnès Varda, a Portrait of Susan Sontag, Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird, and More

March is Women's History Month, and every month is a good one for watching movies. Well aware of both those facts, the people behind free-to-user online streaming service Kanopy have made a range of 60 woman-centric and mostly woman-made films available this month. Some of the women involved include Nouvelle Vague auteur Agnès Varda, director of Cléo from 5 to 7 and The Beaches of Agnès; Susan Sontag, the prolific writer and subject of Regarding Susan Sontag; and Greta Gerwig, who went f...
Tags: Google, Facebook, England, Film, College, China, Berlin, America, Paris, Cameron, Tanzania, Greta Gerwig, Tehran, Seoul, Nouvelle Vague, Mavis Staples


Oscar Documentary Nominees Break the Mold

Known as a notoriously unpredictable bunch, the Academy’s documentary branch has become rather predictable in the past two years. The evidence lies in the films they choose not to recognize come Oscar time: Films such as Brett Morgen’s 2017 Jane Goodall docu, “Jane,” and two of last year’s biggest nonfiction box office successes — Morgan […]
Tags: Features, Oscars, Academy, Jane, Jane Goodall, Brett Morgen, RBG, Minding the Gap, Free Solo


Davos Daily Review: Jane Goodall, Income Inequality and Climate Change

The final day of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, featured discussions on issues of equality, migration and climate change. Speakers included Executive Director of Oxfam, Winnie Banyema, anthropologist Jane Goodall, Executive Director of the International Energy Authority, Faith Birol, Natalia Kanem, Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund and Børge Brende, President…
Tags: News, Uncategorized, United Nations, World Economic Forum, Davos Switzerland, Jane Goodall, Onetime, Davos 2019, Davos Daily Review, Oxfam Winnie Banyema


Mapping stories with a new Street View Trekker

From climbing 3,000 feet up El Capitan in Yosemite to floating the canals of Venice to exploring the ancient city of Petra, people and organizations all over the world have used the Street View Trekker to document the places they’re passionate about. Together, we’ve published these adventures in 360 degree view on Google Maps for anyone in the world—no matter where you are—to enjoy. Over the years, we’ve gathered feedback from people and our partners who have used the Trekker ...
Tags: Amazon, Maps, Yosemite, Tanzania, Eiffel Tower, Venice, Google Maps, Petra, Trekker, El Capitan, Jane Goodall