Jane Goodall on climate change: 'Something's got to give'
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At the age of 26, Dr Jane Goodall pioneered new ways of researching animals including by living with them. Now, aged 85 and a UN Messenger of Peace, she travels more than 300 days a year to share the urgency of taking action on climate change on behalf of all living things and the planet we share. She sat down with FRANCE 24's Marjorie Paillon, at the recent USI conference in Paris, to discuss this issue, the problems of poverty and being a role model.
"It’s crazy to think that we can have unlimited economic development on a planet with finite natural resources and a still-growing human population. Something’s got to give," Dr. Jane Goodall told FRANCE 24.