Today Benoît Bosquet writes about Jane Goodall's visit to the World Bank earlier this week.
"When Jane Goodall  spoke Tuesday at the World Bank, she said she had recently begun to understand the exciting potential value of REDD  – reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation. For decades, Dr. Goodall and others have been fighting for the conservation of forests to preserve and protect animal habitat– in the case of Dr. Goodall, that of chimpanzees in Tanzania. And now, many people like Jane Goodall are making the connection between this battle and the fight against climate change," he writes.
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