Jane Goodall was a girl who just wanted to do science, and ended up changing the world. Who will change the world next?
This JGI exclusive Girls Just Wanna Do Science lunch bag features young Jane Goodall, binoculars in hand, surrounded by the lush jungle green of Gombe, Tanzania, where she first made all of her groundbreaking observations on the nature of wild chimpanzees. BONUS: Though there are many ways to help cut single-use plastic pollution as a consumer, one of the best ways is to join the movement towards reusable with this lunch bag.
At JGI we believe in the power of research, curiosity, equity, community, and compassionate citizenship for all people, and especially in support of the brave women and girls using knowledge to build a brighter future for humans, other animals and the environment. We're inspired by the brilliance of women from all over the globe shaping our understanding of the natural world, creating new medicines, and advancing technology for the benefit of all living beings.
When you purchase this item, you'll be directly supporting the Jane Goodall Institute in our efforts to protect chimpanzees, other great apes and their habitats, improve animal welfare, support community-led conservation, advance science, as well as to grow the next generation of compassionate young people through JGI's youth program, Roots & Shoots.