Dr. Jane Goodall, DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute

Artipoppe has partnered up with Dr. Jane Goodall in the creation of a special Zeitgeist Baby Carrier. Inspiration for Zeitgeist Jane Goodall was drawn from her lifelong work with the chimpanzees of Gombe Stream National Park in Tanzania. For this special collaboration, we have created a Zeitgeist Baby Carrier in a natural linen and organic cotton blend in line with both Dr. Jane Goodall and Artipoppe’s shared value of sustainability. Zeitgeist Jane Goodall is airy and light yet strong and durable, and can be passed down from generation to generation. Inspired by Dr. Jane Goodall’s “Africa” necklace, the embroidered emblem on the waist belt represents Africa and the location of Gombe National Park. There is a small cargo pocket on the waist belt that can be used for change, a love letter or a cell phone. 10% of all worldwide sales will be donated to the Jane Goodall Institute.

More on Dr. Jane Goodall

In 1960 Dr. Jane Goodall entered the forests of Tanzania to study the remarkable lives of wild chimpanzees, a study that continues today more than 60 years later. Dr. Jane Goodall left the forest to save them when she discovered that the survival of their species was threatened by habitat destruction and illegal trafficking. She developed a breakthrough approach to species conservation that improves the lives of people, animals and the environment by honoring their connectedness to each other. In 1977, she founded the Jane Goodall Institute to ensure that her vision and life’s work continue to mobilize the collective power of individual action to protect the natural world we all share. Your support helps us advance her vision and our ongoing global work for the benefit of all.

Dr. Jane Goodall on The Artipoppe Podcast

Speaking from her family home in the English countryside, Dr. Jane Goodall shares what chimpanzees can teach us about parenting. She touches on the importance of children bonding with nature and why that is important for the survival of our species, and the importance of hope as we move into the future. At the end, she has a message for every parent. Listen to her episode on The Artipoppe Podcast.

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