National Geographic Adventure rates Earthwatch as the Number One Voluntourism outfitter from over 155 of the leading operators world-wide.
Principal Investigator Ana Canadas is working with loveearth.com to tag and track a loggerhead turtle off the coast of Spain.
HSBC Bank and Earthwatch Institute Partner to Send Local New Jersey Teachers into the Field to Study Climate Change
Earthwatch Institute to Host "Beat the Heat" Event in Boston to Support Global Climate Change Research
Mexico declares Bahia de los Angeles a protected biosphere reserve, a decision that was supported, in part, by the data gathered by numerous volunteers on the Black Sea Turtles of Baja expedition.
New environmental coalition will tackle climate change impacts for people, forests, water and cities.
College students and grads invited to enter photo challenge on why it's crucial to save the environment. Winner receives an Earthwatch expedition and flight to Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia, or Australia.
Earthwatch-supported architect Jane Britt Greenwood talked about the current building boom in the historic city of Gyumri, and strategies for preserving this area's unique architectural heritage.
Starving grey whales may be early sign of changes in the Pacific warns Earthwatch scientist.
Bottlenose dolphins off the southern coast of Spain will benefit from shipping lane shift recommended by Earthwatch scientists.
Tampa Bay Devil Rays present awards for six teachers to join Earthwatch expeditions
This year, Alcoa will send 14 employees on Earthwatch expeditions to conduct field research on climate change and other environmental issues. The Earthwatch fellowships give Alcoa employees an opportunity to personally get involved in conservation and to share their findings in the communities in which they work and live.