Becoming Jane Goodall: Inspiring a Shared Planet
Why We Recommend it
Learn about leading environmentalist and primatologist Dr Jane Goodall’s conservation work, her scientific discoveries, the challenges that threaten the survival of wildlife, and how you contribute to nature conservation at this special exhibition.
British humanitarian and environmentalist Dr Jane Goodall has spent many years observing the behaviour of chimpanzees in their native habitat. In the past few decades, Dr Goodall has been increasingly concerned about the damage to the environment. Since then, she has devoted her time to campaigning and acting as an advocate for environmental charities and concerns. She has an exhaustive travelling schedule and speaks on average 300 days a year, encouraging people to do what they can to create a better world.
Organised by the by Hong Kong Science Museum, The Jane Goodall Institute and the Hong Kong Jockey Club, Becoming Jane: Inspiring a Shared Planet showcases the early scientific discoveries of Dr Goodall as well as her dedicated contribution in environmental conservation and youth empowerment through various interactive exhibits and activities.
The exhibition is set up with the aim to empower Hong Kong youth to take constructive actions in protecting the wildlife and our environment and inspire them to live a sustainable lifestyle.
Please note that no extra fee is required for museum visitors of Permanent Exhibition.