Wednesday 21, 02 2007
Scientists and volunteers from Earthwatch, the environmental charity, have developed a comprehensive new Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database that will help local communities in the Samburu region of Kenya to manage their water supply and avert public health crises.
Friday 19, 01 2007
Earthwatch and BBC Wildlife Magazine have launched the prestigious Young Environmental Journalist of the Year Award 2007. The award will see one young writer scoop the opportunity to undertake a life-changing experience on an international Earthwatch expedition and have their work featured in BBC Wildlife Magazine.
Thursday 04, 01 2007
Lesser flamingos (Phoeniconaias minor) at Lake Bogoria in Kenya are suffering from malnutrition, according to an assessment carried out by Earthwatch scientists.
Tuesday 23, 05 2006
Earthwatch scientists working on St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands are celebrating a ten-fold increase in nesting leatherback turtles and a 20-fold increase in hatchlings produced. The news is welcomed after 25 years of conservation and monitoring efforts.
Friday 27, 10 2006
Earthwatch-supported scientist Dr. James Crabbe from the University of Bedfordshire, has been awarded the international Aviva/Earthwatch Award for Climate Change Research. The award will allow him to develop urgent research into the effects of climate change on the world's coral reefs.
Friday 27, 10 2006
Lesser Flamingos are surprising scientists by flocking to one of Kenya's smallest lakes for the first time, in their thousands.
Wednesday 11, 10 2006
Earthwatch-supported research contributes to National Wildlife Federation report.
Monday 25, 09 2006
Even subtle changes in climate could affect the survival of Madagascars lemurs, reveals a new report.
Thursday 17, 08 2006
Hiking in the mountains among wild alpine flowers could become a thing of the past, according to the latest Earthwatch research.
Earthwatch celebrates 35 years of conservation! Find out what we have achieved over the years...
Wednesday 02, 08 2006
Following the BBC's 'Big Cat Diaries', Earthwatch brings you the very latest on Diana and her cubs in Taita Ranch, Kenya.
Thursday 01, 06 2006
Last month coral species staghorn and elkhorn were registered as Threatened under the U.S. Endangered Species Act (ESA). This is the first time a coral has been listed as endangered or threatened under the ESA, casting new focus on the ecological demise of coral reefs.