Our newsroom brings you all the latest news from the Earthwatch Press Office
Earthwatch Lecture: Why Emotion Matters
World-class scientists discuss the role of emotion in conservation at our London event.
Inspiring Connections: Earthwatch releases iPad App
More than 40 years of Earthwatch highlights have been collected in Connections, a brand new interactive iPad App.
Climate change affects marmot populations
Decreasing litter size of marmots over time: a life history response to climate change?
Get to know the new Earthwatch CEO
Our new CEO, Larry Mason, shares what inspires him and makes him proud to be part of Earthwatch.
Earthwatch wins RealPlayer Video Award
Earthwatch are pleased to be named Humanitarian Award Winner in the RealPlayer Video Visionary Awards.
Sport Diver: Mangroves - Magic in the Mud
Prof. Mark Huxham makes a case why the modest mangrove deserves a little more of our attention.
Earthwatch R.O.A.R.s again with Animal Planet
Help Earthwatch R.O.A.R. with Animal Planet in September and October!
Sport Diver: The Gray Whale Migration
Earthwatch scientist Dr. Lei Lani Stelle talks about gray whales and human threats to marine mammals.
Volunteers become scientists with Earthwatch
Journeys for Good: Blog article describing the important role volunteers play in scientific research.
HSBC Water Program
Earthwatch partners with HSBC on a new five-year water program.
Conservation plan to protect Grevy's zebra
Scientific American: Earthwatch referenced in a positive article on conservation plans to protect endangered zebras.
Protected Areas - Protected Species?
Current Biology article profiling the work of Earthwatch scientists Dr Luke Dollar and Dr John Cigliano.
Earthwatch research published in Ecology
Dr. Lee Dyer's research from Earthwatch expedition Climate Change and Caterpillars published in Ecology Journal.
Moth migration and climate change
Citizen scientists get to grips with Earthwatch moth survey in Southern England.
Business Charity Awards
The HSBC Climate Partnership, featuring Earthwatch, wins Business Charity Award.
Project Better World
Landmark 500th volunteer visits Arctic's edge as part of Earthwatch-Shell employee engagement program.
Capturing carbon in Kenyan communities
Listen to Dr. Mark Huxham discuss carbon credits and how they work.
First time Earthwatch volunteer, Wit Ostrenko, reflects on a life-changing experience studying loons in the Gulf of Mexico.
Enjoy the view!
Flick through our gallery of gorgeous landscape pictures taken on Earthwatch expeditions around the world.
Head to Head: Dr. Aurélie Cohas interview
Dr. Aurélie Cohas discusses her new Earthwatch project studying marmots in the French Alps.
Kuoni Holiday Health Experiment
UK study to research impacts of volunteering on health - with an Earthwatch expedition in Africa on offer!
Earthwatch Scientists speak to The Ecologist
Dr's Luke Dollar and John Cigliano discuss protected areas for wildlife.
Iceland volcanoes could power British homes
Earthwatch's Dan Bebber talks to Sky News about supplying the UK with renewable energy from Iceland.
Sport Diver: Atlantic Rowing Challenge
Earthwatch's Lloyd Figgins talks about the marine wildlife he encountered on an epic rowing challenge across the Atlantic.
Field Notes: April 2012
Costa Rica’s Leatherback Sea Turtles may spend “Lost Years” on hatchling highways.
Citizen Science in the Caribbean
Data collected by Earthwatch volunteers inform Jamaican coral reef conservation plan.
The Wall Street Journal: Great Volunteer Vacations
Wall Street Journal features the Earthwatch expedition Canopies, Climate, and Critters of the Ecuadorian Rainforest.
Read a volunteer's endorsement of Earthwatch as a smart choice for single travelers!
Sport Diver: The Conservation Column
Protecting marine biodiversity: Dr John Cigliano shares some insights from his Earthwatch project in Belize.
Going the distance for Earthwatch
"MK" Tam from our Hong Kong Office prepares to run - and raise funds for - Earthwatch at the 2012 London Marathon.
Atlantic Calling arrives in Barbados
Earthwatch's Lloyd Figgins rows into Barbados, completing an amazing two-man crossing of the Atlantic Ocean.
Pens for Pokanong
South African expedition inspires Earthwatch volunteer to launch school appeal.
Field Notes: February 2012
"Head honcho" marmots and a newly described species of mouse lemur feature in February's Field Notes.
Love the adventure
Read an Earthwatch love story of two volunteers who met on an expedition in 1974!
Atlantic Calling: 2,391 nautical miles...
Earthwatch's Lloyd Figgins is now 45 days into his Atlantic rowing challenge. Listen to an update live from the ocean.
Sport Diver: The Conservation Column
Dr Kathy Townsend, lead scientist on Earthwatch’s Project Manta, talks about her work with manta rays.
Caught on camera!
Incredible images captured by Earthwatch research teams using camera traps reveal the secret lives of animals in the wild.
Earthwatch volunteer making waves in Georgia
From Earthwatch volunteer to environmental education pioneer; Sarah Weldon establishes Oceans Project Georgia.
Head to Head: Marina Costa interview
Questions and Answers with Marina Costa, lead scientist on the new Earthwatch Red Sea Dolphin Project.
Sustainable palm oil production
Earthwatch scientist Dr Glen Reynolds has been appointed as a scientific advisor on the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil.
Coral reefs of the Seychelles
Earthwatch scientist Dr David Smith shares insights into his work on the coral reefs of the idyllic Seychelles islands.
Atlantic Calling: Live from the Atlantic!
Listen to an update from Earthwatch's Lloyd Figgins, three weeks into his epic row across the Atlantic Ocean.
Digging for dinosaurs in Texas
Endless Vacation - Join Earthwatch on a volunteer vacation discovering fossils at Arlington Archosaur Site, Texas.
Banking on Sustainability
New film showcases Earthwatch’s award-winning work with HSBC.
Earthwatch on the airwaves!
Listen to Ed Wilson, Earthwatch President & CEO, speaking about our exciting new projects on WNBP Radio.
Earthwatch climate impact survey wraps up
Nature - One of the biggest citizen science projects ever conducted concludes after five years of data collection.
The Wall Street Journal: Volunteer Travel
Earthwatch expeditions included in The Wall Street Journal best picks for volunteer travel, 2012.
Field Notes: December 2011
Read about the latest Earthwatch discoveries, rare sightings and exciting news from the field.
Atlantic Calling: Live from Morocco!
Listen to Earthwatch's very own Lloyd Figgins explain why he is about to row across the Atlantic Ocean!
Rare carnivore spotted in Madagascar
Earthwatch volunteer photographs extremely rare western falanouc on expedition in Madagascar.
International Green Awards Winner!
Earthwatch wins Best Green Employee Engagement Award at the 2011 International Green Awards.
The elephant in the (class)room
An Earthwatch account from the Business Skills for World Heritage program in Kenya.
Neville Shulman Awards 2012
Earthwatch announces grants to support young scientists, Islam Mohammad-Elsadek and Maria Isabel Estevez.
Atlantic Calling rowing challenge
Earthwatch employee takes on world record quest, collecting scientific data and raising funds for lifeboat institution.
Sport Diver: Our oceans, our future...
Earthwatch's Dr Sam Burgess shares her thoughts on the recent World Conference on Marine Biodiversity.
Elephants know how to co-operate
Footage of an over-sized experiment! Intrigued? Join our new expedition, 'Thinking Like an Elephant in Thailand'.
Five years championing climate change
Earthwatch receives final team of HSBC volunteers at its learning and research center in Oxfordshire, UK.
Earthwatch kicks off community lecture series
Earthwatch holds the first of three fall lectures funded by the Harvard Allston Partnership Fund.
StrategicRISK magazine - Earthwatch scientist, Dr Dan Bebber, discusses the risks of climate change to business.
International Congress for Conservation Biology
Earthwatch’s scientific field research program developed in partnership with HSBC will be showcased at the ICCB.
Madagascar: Political instability and conservation
Earthwatch scientist, Dr Luke Dollar, discusses Madagascar’s ongoing political instability and its impacts on conservation.
Sport Diver - The Conservation Column
Earthwatch has teamed up with sportdiver.co.uk to contribute a monthly marine conservation column.
Earthwatch Debate, London
guardian.co.uk - What do you think should be the top environmental priority for the next 40 years?
HCP International Green Awards™
Earthwatch/HSBC Partnership shortlisted for International Green Awards™
Words open new worlds for twin sisters
Earthwatch scholarship offers sisters, Emily and Erica Betz an experience like no other
First ever BostONEarth a huge success
Thanks to everybody who joined us for our signature Boston event, as we turned the spotlight on the New Age of Water
Saving Kenya’s Black Rhinos
bootsnall.com - Dawn Kane combines adventure and conservation on expedition to Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
Do dolphins understand they are mortal?
New Scientist - Research is raising questions about whether cetaceans understand the concept of death.
86 Percent of Earth's Species Still Unknown?
National Geographic - Millions of organisms unnamed as extinction accelerates, study says
Your Brain on the Ocean
Scientists at first-ever BLUEMiND Summit explored connections between the ocean and our brain
Earthwatch is 40!
2011 marks our 40th Anniversary, and we want you to celebrate with us
PhD for Earthwatch funded mangrove expert
Dr Priyantha Kumara becomes first PhD student to have studies fully funded by Earthwatch
Prestigious award for Earthwatch scientist
Earthwatch scientist receives one of the highest civilian awards granted by the President of Kenya
Earthwatch honored by Royal couple
Earthwatch is one of 26 charities named as beneficiary of the Royal Wedding Charitable Gift Fund
Automatic recognition system for Penguins
We travel to South Africa to see how new technology is helping efforts to address declining penguin numbers
Earthwatch comes to Allston
Harvard Gazette - Earthwatch’s new address means greater access for Harvard to a worldwide network scientists