DEADLINE: JAN. 16 — How Has Dr. Jane Inspired You?

Help Us Tell Time Magazine That They Should List Dr. Jane Among Their Top 100 Most Influential People

This year was full of celebration while we honored Dr. Goodall, her 80th birthday and all that she has done to promote conservation, and inspire every one of us to make a difference each and every day. Dr. Jane’s impact spans the globe engaging young people and adults alike in caring about the natural world, and dedicating themselves to protect it.

As we approach the final days of this special year, what better way can we honor Dr. Jane by nominating her for TIME Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential People in the World.
We need your help!
To show how Dr. Jane has inspired young people across the globe we are looking for 80 young people from 80 different countries (catch a theme here?) to write in about how Dr. Jane has had an impact on your life and what you have accomplished because of her. Young people of all ages can feel free to write in. No age limit!
Will you be one of the 80? Use the form to the right to submit your letter. JGI will collect all of the letters and submit them on behalf of all of the letter authors.
Here’s a sample letter from a member of the Roots & Shoots National Youth Leadership Council to help you see what we’re looking for.
DEADLINE: All letters must be received by January 16, 2015 in order to ensure that they can be delivered to TIME magazine's editor for consideration.

Note: Only your first name, last initial and country will be provided to TIME Magazine. We are collecting your email address in the case that we need to contact you regarding your letter.


From The Jane Goodall Institute.

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