Top Moments of Jane Goodall Hopecast Season 1


When the pandemic quarantine hit over a year ago, we knew it would mean change — change in how we live our daily lives, how we work, and especially how we communicate. Since becoming an activist in 1986, Jane has made it her mission to spread her message of hope turned into action with millions all around the globe. This meant she was traveling almost 300 days a year for decades. As the pandemic grounded so many and transformed our lives, Jane too had to change course and find a way to reach all of you from her home in Bournemouth, England.  She knew it would prove to be a challenge, but one that Jane was certainly up to!

In choosing to create The Jane Goodall Hopecast, we had hope that we’d be able to reach even more Hopecasters like you. With over nearly 300,000 downloads from over 130 countries, we are so grateful to all of our Hopecasters for helping us spread hope and make a difference every single day. As we get ready for Season 2 of the Hopecast, join us to look back on some of our favorite Hopecast episodes from Season 1. We hope you’ll take inspiration from this little roundup, and go back, listen, and share the full episodes! P.S. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast everywhere you get your podcasts.

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About Author

Kira is the communications coordinator for JGI programs at the Jane Goodall Institute USA, where she supports the team in advancing public engagement with JGI's holistic programs. Kira graduated from Smith College in 2021, majoring in anthropology and minoring in art history, and during her time there she developed a deep interest in the field of anthrozoology. Her interests within this field are broad, and have led her to study elephant iconography in the U.S. and wildlife management in Tanzania. JGI's values and mission as well as the mindset of anthrozoology guide her work, exploring the interactions between humans and other animals in order to promote a healthier coexistence on this shared planet.