April Newsletter 2014

01 April 2014

1. Jane Goodall Celebrating her 80th Year Tour

Only a month to go! Book tickets for Jane’s live shows to be hosted by Jennifer Byrne in Sydney and Melbourne and Ray Martin in Queensland, through Ticketmaster today. Jane’s special guests at the Queensland show include Terri and Bindi Irwin.

Book tickets for Jane’s corporate leadership seminars  through Trybooking.
Click here for Melbourne and here for Sydney.

2. Jane Goodall’s Latest Book- Seeds of Hope

From childhood, through her ground-breaking research in the forests of Gombe, to her worldwide travels today supporting the Jane Goodall Institute’s mission to protect threatened chimpanzee habitat and educate new generations of young people around the world, Dr Goodall’s stories show her fascination with and love of plants and the amazing people working to protect them.

Jane’s latest book will be available at her live shows and corporate leadership seminars.


3. Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots Networks

JGI is excited to announce that Roots & Shoots members can now connect nationally AND globally!

Australian Roots & Shoots members, who we call solutionaries, have an exclusive Facebook group where ideas, issues, problems and achievements are shared. This is a great way to get in touch with like-minded Australians. If you are a registered solutionary, you are welcome to join our group. Please click here to register a group, or here to register as an individual solutionary.

Roots & Shoots members around the world also have a way of connecting by sharing projects through the global website.  Share your projects or view other groups’ projects here.
4. Solutionary Spotlight

Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots program is making a difference in more than 135 countries around the world, including Tanzania. This month, our spotlight is on a group from the Sokoine Primary School who are trying to preserve their local forest and knowledge of traditional medicines through the ‘Jane Goodall Herbal Medicine Project”.  The project needs urgent financial support. Please view their crowd funding campaign here.
5. SwitchOn! Magazine by SBN Radio

JGI Australia is proudly partnered with SBN and pleased to share their current magazine which features some of our solutionaries and an interview with Debby Cox from JGI’s Africa Programs. To download the magazine, please click here.

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