Each month Earthwatch focuses on a chosen research area or destination to bring you highlights of our research expeditions, country fact files and other useful facts and tips:
Aina Pascual Cuadras reports on how Madagascar's non-endemic species are posing a threat to the island's carnivores.
Human activities have had a huge impact on the dolphins of the Amvrakikos Gulf in Greece, but there is room for hope. Aina Pascual Cuadras reports.
The Grevy's zebra is facing extinction, and the reasons for its decline are far from black and white. Debbie Winton reports.
Debbie Winton and Ria Miller describe how an Earthwatch project in the north of England is offering a unique insight into life in Roman Britain.
Debbie Winton gets to the root of how research on the island of Borneo is assessing the impacts of climate change in tropical rainforests.
Debbie Winton reveals how an Earthwatch project in the Czech Republic is rehabilitating mountain ecosystems damaged by acid rain.
Debbie Winton explains how an Earthwatch project in the Bahamas is examining the impacts of tourism and pollution on coastal ecosystems.
Debbie Winton reports on how an Earthwatch project in Puerto Rico is testing ways to sustainably manage tropical rainforests.
Debbie Winton reports on how Earthwatch scientists in Mexico are tackling severe threats to black sea turtles.
Results from Earthwatch research in Peru will be applied to the conservation management of macaws in the Tambopata area and throughout the tropics.
New York is the setting for an exciting Earthwatch project which aims to identify the impacts of urban pressures on wildlife.
Debbie Winton of Earthwatch shows how scientists and volunteers are conducting much-needed research off the west coast of Scotland.