Parliament Ambassador Meets Dr. Jane Goodall in New Zealand

June 27, 2014

Dr. Jane Goodall visited New Zealand this week on her latest round of tours promoting her work and the launch of Roots and Shoots in New Zealand all the while celebrating her 80 years.
The UN Messenger for Peace caught up with one of the Parliament’s International Ambassadors in New Zealand, Robert Mackay while in Wellington.
Dr. Goodall was a key speaker at the 2004 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Barcelona and is a leading conservationist and primatologist.
For more information on Jane or her Institute click here.
For more information on the Roots and Shoots Initiative click here.

Featured image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Image Right: Dr. Jane Goodall with Parliament Ambassador Robert Mackay.
 


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