Jane Goodall is an English ethologist and anthropologist and is known around the world for her studies on chimpanzees in Africa and her environmental commitment. She was born in London on April 3, 1934, and is married to Derek Bryceson.
We are two journalists from London and, by chance, we met her in front of Buckingham Palace so we did not hesitate to ask her a few questions about what she thinks about climate change.
- What do you think about the mistreatment of animals? Even those small or insignificant?
“In my opinion every animal is a living being, God also notices when a spider dies, and therefore we must think of the many beings who suffer in this world, not just humans”.
- In your opinion, who “created” the pandemics?
“Man has created the problem with his own hands due to the lack of respect for the animal world and for climate change”.
- What could be done?
“First, we have to reduce our lifestyle, which is unsustainable. We have much more than what we need “
- What should we ask ourselves?
“Let’s ask ourselves how this food was produced, if in the process the environment was destroyed or contaminated. Let’s ask ourselves how we build our houses and what we use. Let’s ask ourselves where all the gases of the industries go and what they do to our Earth “
- Lastly, I would like to ask you what is “climate change”?
“By ‘climate change’ we mean the variations of the Earth and the development of plants, animals and buildings.