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With your contribution, we can learn more about our planet and understand how best to conserve wildlife, landscapes, and natural resources, and continue to educate and empower people to save the natural world.



EXAMPLES OF HOW YOUR CONTRIBUTION HELPS EARTHWATCH MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE:



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YOU SUPPORT VITAL RESEARCH AND CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES

It is essential to understand the alarming declines in Honeybee populations across the globe. There are significant gaps in our knowledge of normal bee behaviour, posing a challenge for scientists trying to prevent colony collapse. Your support allows us to involve many people in real environmental science to understand the honey bee and help protect them.






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YOU ENABLE OUR CITIZEN SCIENCE PROGRAMS

We can establish an innovative “Bees with Backpacks” program, where citizen scientists work directly with researchers to place tiny radio-frequency identification (RFID) sensor tags on the bees recording spatial and temporal information about bee behaviours and deviations from the norm at Earthwatch ‘Scientist for a Day’ workshops.

 






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YOU ARE PART OF THE SOLUTION

By donating to our appeal, you help us to engage people to take everyday actions that help pollinators thrive in the hive, and empower them to positively change their attitudes and behaviours.

 





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"The support Earthwatch has provided has allowed our project to go well beyond scientific research alone, and to make a real difference to local people."

Professor Mark Huxham, Managing Mangroves and Capturing Carbon in Kenyan Communities

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