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Michael Davie- Nat Geo videographer, done work all around the world around different causes.

Michael Davie is a producer, director and cameraman who is best known for his films on conflict, human rights and the environment. He has worked extensively for National Geographic Television and Film and has filmed in more than thirty countries.

the Jane Goodall Institute

Tragic Death of Harambe Raises Questions About Keeping Animals in Captivity and Protecting Endangered Species - Jane Goodall's Good for All News

Catherine The Great: First She Read, Then She Ruled (via NPR)

Catherine The Great: First She Read, Then She Ruled

Biographer Robert Massie explains how Catherine II read books to escape the misery of her unhappy marriage. When she became empress in she championed the ideals of the French Enlightenment during her reign over Russia.

Gerald Durrell, writer, founder of the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and the Durell Wildlife Park. He saw zoos as an opportunity to foster endangered species and worked to restore species.

16 famous animal conservationists

Dian Fossey, Jane Goodall and Birute Galdikas -- Three of the most inspirational women ever.

Scientist Sunday: Leakey’s Angels Part I, Jane Goodall

Biruté Galdikas, Jane Goodall, and Dian Fossey (image from National Geographic)

The least I can do

Jane Goodall - Considered to be the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees, best known for her study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees.

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A tender hug goodbye between Jane Goodall and a chimp she helped save. A chimps tender farewell to her rescuers.

Dr Frank Lipman on Why Yoga Works: What Is Fascia & Why It Matters

Why Yoga Works: What Is Fascia & Why It Matters

Frank Lipman explains what epigenetics is, and how you can manipulate your own genetic destiny when it comes to disease.

We are two moms who love orphans! We met six years ago as we were both going through our first adoptions (one domestic and one international) … Thirteen kids and seven adoptions later, we are bound together through faith and mission. We love “doing life together” and accepting the call to speak up for orphans everywhere. We want to help as many people as possible to see the 147 million orphans as scripture calls them, “…those who have no voice.”   We want you to see YOUR PART in helping…

We are two moms who love orphans! We met six years ago as we were both going through our first adoptions (one domestic and one international) … Thirteen kids and seven adoptions later, we are bound together through faith and mission. We love “doing life together” and accepting the call to speak up for orphans everywhere. We want to help as many people as possible to see the 147 million orphans as scripture calls them, “…those who have no voice.” We want you to see YOUR PART in helping…

Jane Goodall, like the chimps she studies, can express her feelings anyway she damn well pleases. | 11 Pictures That Prove That Scientists Were The Original Hipsters

55 years ago, Jane Goodall walked into the forests of Africa looking for wild chimpanzees, and she hasn’t stopped working to learn about and protect them since. Jane Goodall might be but here’s 13 Reasons she’s still totally badass.

Awakening the Oracle Within: How to Powerfully and Creatively Navigate Your Destiny

The oracle—the part of us that is ancient and infinite—is available to us at all times; Colette teaches that fear and negative self-talk are just two of the obstacles that prevent us from moving toward our oracle.

<p><span style="line-height: 20.7999992370605px;">“It’s better late than never," says 80 year-old Ellin Grossman, who recently ran the Road Runners Fifth Avenue Mile. </span></p>

She Runs: She Started Running In Her 70's

She Runs: She Started Running In Her “It’s better late than never," says 80 year-old Ellin Grossman, who recently ran the Road Runners Fifth Avenue Mile.

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