Catch up with Earthwatch scientists, view our gallery of spectacular landscape images and read about Earthwatch people - all in the April edition of eNews!
Happy New Year to Earthwatchers around the world! View amazing camera trap images, read how Earthwatch was recognised in the International Green Awards, and catch up on our latest scientific discoveries.
In 2011, Earthwatch celebrated 40 years of bringing people and science together – 40 years of hard work and remarkable advances in knowledge about our world.
Earthwatch is 40 years old in 2011. Discover how you can join in the anniversary celebrations.
Earthwatch is delighted and honoured to receive the news that we have been selected as one of the charity beneficiaries of Prince William and Miss Middleton's Royal Wedding Charitable Gift Fund.
This month, we take a look at how Earthwatch is supporting the International Year of Forests, preview our exciting March lecture at the Royal Geographical Society and ask, could you be our next BBC Wildlife Nature Writer of the Year?
This month Earthwatch scientists introduce a cutting-edge automatic penguin recognition system.
This month read about how six inspirational emerging conservationists receive development awards.
This month read about how drought results in dramatic fall in pink river dolphin populations.
This month Camera trap images in South Africa reveal surprising results.
This month Rob Stringer goes in search of dolphins and discovers how old and new traditions are conserving the natural beauty of the Hebrides.
This month Laura Howells gives a first-hand account of research that seeks to protect endangered turtles in the Pacific
This month Earthwatch scientist Dr Hazel Rymer presents new findings about an active Icelandic volcano.
This month read about scientists in British Columbia reporting a dramatic fall in grey whale sightings.
Discover how working with Earthwatch inspired one volunteer to do something big for wildlife conservation.
From the west coast of Scotland to South Africa, read all this month’s news from the field.
Discover how to enter the 2010 BBC Wildlife Nature Writer of the Year Award and win a place on an Earthwatch expedition.
Read how a recent discovery by Earthwatch scientists could lead to improved access to safe drinking water for communities in remote regions of Kenya.
This month read about Earthwatch’s visit to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Copenhagen.
Have you considered giving the planet a present this Christmas?
Join us at the Earthwatch debate, From Tsunami to Drought, on 19 November.
Why not consider running for Earthwatch in the Virgin London Marathon 2010?
Find out about the new season of Earthwatch events at the Royal Geographical Society.
Read our tips about responsible travel before you head off to the beach this summer.
Earthwatch scientist Professor James Crabbe joins fellow experts at an emergency meeting to highlight the urgency of the climate change threat to coral reefs.
In the month which marks World Oceans Day, help the Earthwatch Oceans Appeal.
Discover how Earthwatch is helping a community in the Samburu district of Kenya.
Find out about Earthwatch teams for teenagers, and pick up some eggscellent tips on how to lead the Good Life this Easter.
Read how Earthwatch has just been rated among the top volunteering organisations in Bradt's Wildlife & Conservation Volunteering, the Complete Guide.
Read about our exciting new expedition to the tropical rainforests of Borneo, the third largest island in the world.
Take advantage of our Winter Special Offer when booking your 2009 Earthwatch expedition, and read about the Earthwatch Expedition Open Day.
Read how Earthwatch scientists have declared Scotland's Moray Firth a critically important habitat for dolphin populations in this December edition of our eNewsletter. And find out about our 2008 Oceans Appeal.
Read about the annual Earthwatch debate in this November edition of our eNewsletter. You can also find out about record-breaking yachtsman Brian Thompson and explorer Paul Rose, who share their exciting ocean adventures.
Don't miss our Early Bird Special Offer in this October edition of our eNewsletter. You can also read about Earthwatch ambassador Brian Thompson, who will be flying the flag for Earthwatch as he sails solo around the world.
Scientists from Earthwatch have uncovered signs of an oil leak from a wreck in Chuuk Lagoon, featured in the current BBC TV series, Pacific Abyss. This is just one of the stories in your news-packed September bulletin. You might also like to read about our work at Wytham Woods, the base for an ambitious global climate change research programme.
If you haven't already heard about SustainaBall – our first ever fundraising ball, check out our growing range of fabulous auction prizes on offer at this September event. Also this month, read how a community in Kenya has a welcome addition to its primary school, thanks to Earthwatch scientists and volunteers.
This month we have some exciting news to report. Our scientists in South Africa have developed ground-breaking technology which will greatly assist the monitoring of large numbers of endangered animals...
World Environment Day on 5th June this year concentrates on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. On this theme, find out how you can travel overland to two of our Scottish projects in Research Focus...
International Day for Biodiversity falls within the month of May. As threats to the world's species and habitats continue to grow, it's worth remembering that we can all have a positive impact on biodiversity close to home; in Take Action, read how your efforts in the garden can go a long way to encouraging native species...
Welcome to the first edition of your redesigned eNewsletter. One of our new features is a regular Take Action section which we hope will spark your imagination - with spring in the air, we’ve been thinking of ways you can use your renewed energy to help us to raise money...