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Help Grow an Aussie ROOTS & SHOOTS


Help grow a network of ‘future custodians’ - individuals united by their passion for nature and desire to play a role in preservation. Learning from first- hand experience the genuine influence we each possess to ‘make a difference!’


WWW.JANEGOODALL.ORG.AU Mission


To involve everyone in global and local environmental, conservation and humanitarian action that contributes to a just, peaceful and sustainable world where future generations of people protect our planet and all its forms of life.


We support programs in wildlife research, education and community centered conservation. JGI promotes informed and compassionate action to improve the environment shared by all of Earth's living creatures.


Objectives To achieve our mission, we will: 1. Foster a public understanding of the interconnection of people, animals and the environment and of Jane’s 4 reasons for hope.


2. Create an ever expanding network of Australians who are inspired, engaged and empowered to become problem-solvers and change- makers in local and global environmental and humanitarian projects.


3. Increase public awareness of and support for the conservation of endangered animals in Australia. 4. Increase public awareness of and support for conservation of chimpanzees and other Great Apes.


www.janegoodall.org.au


Contact Us: R & S Australia Manager / Telephone: 0409 221090 Email: rootsandshoots@janegoodall.org.au


INSPIRATION


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