National Geographic Is Releasing A ‘Jane Goodall: The Hope’ Documentary and I Can’t Wait

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When you think of good people in the world, Jane Goodall usually can be found in the top lists for most people. National Geographic just released the trailer for a new documentary about her life.

The documentary is about the life of Jane Goodall, who is a scientist and activist. The documentary goes over the 60-year career of Jane Goodall. It also shows how she promotes a message of hope.


At only 26 years old, back in 1960, Jane Goodall began her work studying wild chimpanzees. She is the one discovered that chimpanzees make and use tools.


Did you know she just had her 86th birthday on April 3rd? She is still working! She is still traveling about 300 days per year and continues to appear as a public speaker, author, and advocate.

This powerful special aims to shed a new light on how Jane’s commitment to her cause has transformed the way in which we think about wildlife conservation. Now, more than ever, it’s important to highlight stories of hope that inspire viewers to work together to protect our planet. Jane revolutionized our understanding of the natural world, and we are honored to be able to continue celebrating her legacy as one of the most influential women of our time.

Janet Han Vissering, senior vice president of production and development for National Geographic Global Networks

The ‘Jane Goodall: The Hope’ documentary will be released on Earth Day, which is April 22nd, 2020.


It is 2 hours long and you can watch it on Nat Geo, Nat Geo Wild, and National Geographic Mundo. when it releases. The perfect way to spend Earth Day with your family!

Watch the trailer of ‘Jane: The Hope’ below! For more information about the Jane Goodall Institute, visit www.janegoodall.org.

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