As Dr. Goodall tells Google, "There is still so much in the world worth fighting for". This annual Earth Day, Google has partnered with Ethologist, conservationist, activist, and animal-lover Dr Jane Goodall who has dedicated her life to studying and protecting the environment.
Sharing a brief background about Dr. Jane Goodall, Google notes that she was born on April 3 1934 in London England.
April 22 has been observed as Earth Day, and it first started in 1970 in the USA when 20 million people protested against the negative effects of industrialization.
Goodall recalls her time working at the Gombe National Park in Tanzania and said, "The rain stopped and I could smell the wet hair on the chimpanzees and I could hear the insects singing loudly". In today's Doodle, Dr. Goodall shares her message on environment for the world including what she learnt over years and how can we make a positive impact on our planet. In an illustrated video, Goodall talks about conservation and animal welfare. Google commemorated this day by honouring British primatologist Jane Goodall. "So much that is attractive, so many wonderful people working to reverse the harm, to help protect species and their environments".
"With all of us working together, I am hopeful that it is not too late to turn things around if we all do our part for this attractive planet". Considered as one of the world's leading experts on chimpanzees, she admits that her whole childhood was "animals, animals, animals". "Thank you, Dr. Goodall".
Filming on a attractive afternoon in Los Angeles, CA with Dr. Jane Goodall!
Earth Day also marks the two year anniversary of the landmark Paris Agreement, which will serve as a benchmark in Sunday's discussions of progress and future steps. We interviewed & recorded her many remarkable experiences with a view to animating sections of them.
Earth Day marks the birth of environmental movement which is observed throughout the world in which scientists and environmentalists come forward to speak on environmental issues.
Cruickshank stated on GoogleDoodle website, "I tried my best to bring her stories of childhood, chimpanzees, rainforests, and wisdom to life".