More than 20 people passionate about protecting the health of our rivers including STEM, data scientists, graphic designers and others gathered to take up the challenge to participate in the first ever Riverhack.
A student fellowship program sends 70 Los Angeles County students on field research expeditions across the country this summer.
Enjoy this video in honor of World Sea Turtle Day and hear from the Earthwatch scientists who lead our expeditions “Costa Rican Sea Turtles” and “Tracking Sea Turtles in the Bahamas.”
Over the past 45 years, Earthwatch has supported 21 sea turtle research studies in 13 countries around the world, helping to protect all seven species of turtles and their habitats.
Generation Z, those born after 1995, delve deep into scientific research during their school holiday break.
December 2015 and January 2016 saw six Indigenous and 30 non-Indigenous students from across Australia join experienced environmental scientists to help them gather field data as part of Earthwatch Australia’s ‘Student Challenge Program’.
The finale of our 3-part series, “The Jungle of Mirrors,” is the story of a delicate forest ecosystem and its heroic guardians—the scientists, policy makers, communities, and Earthwatch volunteers who have fought to protect it. But the fight is far from over.