Friday 29, 05 2009
Make a donation to the Earthwatch Oceans Appeal.
Wednesday 18, 02 2009
TV presenter talks about her travels in Africa.
Wednesday 27, 08 2008
Earthwatch teams up with UKSIF to host environmental debate.
Monday 30, 06 2008
Great prizes up for auction at Earthwatch's first ever fundraising ball.
Friday 16, 11 2007
The polar regions were voted the most important ecosystem on earth in last night's Earthwatch debate, Precious Resources, Multiple Threats.
Friday 02, 11 2007
In May this year Earthwatch launched Dolphins and Whales of Moray Firth, a season of highly successful expeditions in collaboration with the Cetacean Research & Rescue Unit (CRRU) in Scotland. Principle investigator Dr Kevin Robinson will give a talk about his extraordinary summer at the Royal Geographical Society on 23 November.
Friday 06, 07 2007
Results from our Oxford Student Debate on local biodiversity.
Friday 27, 10 2006
If you could change just one thing in your daily life to help counter climate change, what would it be? Members of the public joined Earthwatch last night in London for a hard-fought debate to discuss how individuals can best make a difference.
Monday 15, 05 2006
Oxford. 15th May 2006: Staff from environmental charity Earthwatch triumphed over 30 local teams, including Oxfam and RAF Brize Norton, to make the top three in the Annual Abingdon Rotary Club Dragon Boat Race, on Sunday 14th May.
Thursday 03, 11 2005
A public vote has hailed the zebra mussel Britain's worst intruder and biggest pest. Members of the public joined environmental charity Earthwatch for a hard-fought and emotive debate about the eradication of non-native species.
Tuesday 03, 08 2004
Can you imagine a Britain 135,000 years ago when the Woolly Mammoth roamed the countryside, or picture the River Thames 500 years ago when beavers were busily building their dams?
Tuesday 16, 03 2004
Earthwatch is pleased to announce that its second lecture, Mountain Lions and Zebras - in Conflict with Man, will take place on Thursday June 17th at the Royal Geographical Society, London.