Conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall plans visit to The Florida Aquarium this March

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Photo via the Jane Goodall Institute (FB)

The prolific conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall is coming to The Florida Aquarium on Tuesday, March 28 to inspire hope through action. An icon in the scientific, animal welfare, humanitarian, and environmental landscape for over 60 years, she is traveling the world sharing ways to connect everyday individual actions to a larger, global transformation growing a compassionate future for people, other animals, and our shared environment. 

The intimate evening event also will include delicious vegetarian and vegan dining, a Q&A with Dr. Goodall and an auction including items from the Jane Goodall Institute. All proceeds from the event benefit the Jane Goodall Institute’s mission to create build a brighter future for all living beings.


Dr. Jane Goodall deeply believes in the power of each of us to make a difference, and the interconnectedness of all living beings on Earth. From her earliest fascination towards the natural world as a child in England, to her famous ground-breaking wild chimpanzee studies of Gombe, Tanzania, to her nearly 40 years as an iconic activist, Dr. Goodall has spent her life sharing her philosophy on hope as fuel for positive action. 

All proceeds will benefit the Jane Goodall Institute’s mission to create a better world for people, other animals, and the planet we share.

For more information about the event at The Florida Aquarium, and to purchase tickets, click here

Jane Goodall is also set to speak at the historic Tampa Theatre on March 29. That event has officially sold out.

The Florida Aquarium, 701 Channelside Drive


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