Thursday 20, 05 2004
Earthwatch, the international environmental charity, and principal scientist Dr. Chris Joyce are celebrating their success in securing a £178k Darwin Initiative grant. As a result, Earthwatch and Dr Joyce will be expanding their ongoing research project in the coastal wetlands of Estonia, one of the new EU Accession States.
Tuesday 18, 05 2004
Dr Chris Newman, the leading scientist on the Earthwatch Mammals of Wytham Woods project, is celebrating the success of the recent badger census, which took place in Wytham Woods, Oxfordshire, this month. Volunteers from around the county turned up in their droves to show their support.
Monday 17, 05 2004
How much do you know about desertification? This summer the United Nations and Earthwatch, the international environmental charity, would like to give you the opportunity to find out more.
Monday 26, 04 2004
Scientists from Earthwatch, the international environmental organisation, believe that the decline of local shark fisheries on Madagascar's northwest coast could mark the much needed transition from shark consumption to conservation in the region.
Saturday 22, 05 2004
Earthwatch scientist Dr. Alison Leslie has come to the rescue of a four-metre-long Nile crocodile whose fearlessness of humans resulted in it lunging at visitors at the Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana.
Friday 02, 04 2004
Peter the Penguin, who shot to fame after his amazing long distance swim from Port Elizabeth to Robben Island following the Treasure oil spill of 2000, has been spotted by members of an Earthwatch expedition team for the first time in four years.
Thursday 08, 01 2004
Today, Earthwatch renewed it's pledge to support conservation field research, in light of the recently published study in the journal Nature into the consequences of increasing temperatures on the natural world.
Tuesday 06, 01 2004
An article by Dr. Chris Newman (Project Scientist and Oxford University's Wildlife Conservation Research Unit)
Sunday 18, 04 2004