2 May 2012 - Volunteers needed for cloud forest surveys to help assess impacts of climate change on wildlife
13/01/2012 - Volunteer divers needed to survey Great Barrier Reef coral and help assess climate change impacts
8/12/2011 - Indigneous students turn scientific researchers to tackle climate change and urbanisation
3/11/2011 - Volunteers to join ClimateWatch nature trail in the Sydney Botanic Gardens
A project by Greening Australia has won the 2011 Earthwatch-Rio Tinto Prize for Citizen Science of $25,000.
Brian Rosborough is the Founding Chairman of Earthwatch Institute who headed up the organisation for 25 years, is set to visit Australia early next month for the Earthwatch 40th Oceania Gala celebration.
New research from the Earthwatch program Turtles in Trouble shows that 36 per cent of marine turtles are affected by marine rubbish, with soft plastic being the major villain.
Australians will be urged to focus on the health and protection of Australia’s oceans with the launch of Operation Wave by Earthwatch Australia.
The local government in Australia will become a major force in developing local community understanding of climate change through an increasing trend towards citizen science.
The Victorian Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Youth Affairs, the Hon. Ryan Smith, celebrated the official launch of the 2011 International Earthwatch Expedition Program with the cutting of the organisation's 40th Birthday Cake this morning at the Melbourne Aquarium.
Top scientists team up with indigenous landowners in Victoria to conduct the most comprehensive plant and animal survey on Aboriginal-owned land.
Earthwatch is nominated as one of the Royal Wedding charities by Prince William and Kate Middleton.