Earthwatch partners with organizations across
all sectors of business to improve both
environmental and corporate sustainability.
See who we work with.
The National Grid Foundation provides community support for solutions to educational and environmental issues in the service areas of the National Grid Corporation: Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, and the UK.
Earthwatch has partnered with Malibu Rum since 2017 to raise awareness and help preserve the green sea turtle in the Bahamas.
Earthwatch has partnered with Eastern Bank since 2017, providing Massachusetts teachers with hands on science professional development through Teach Earth.
Earthwatch has partnered with Stream2Sea since 2019, creating awareness around the impact of sunscreen and other cosmetics on the environment and offering planet friendly alternatives.
EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction, and advisory services and is committed to minimizing its environmental footprint and championing a low-carbon economy.
Alcoa is a world leader in aluminum production, and also engages its employees, improves the environment, and educates future leaders through the Alcoa Foundation.
HSBC is a global financial services company that created its Climate Partnership program to reduce the impact of climate change and accelerate adoption of low-carbon policies.
Mitsubishi develops and operates global businesses across many industries while promoting environmental and social projects in Europe and Africa with Earthwatch.
UPS is the world’s largest package delivery company, and works hard to engage its employees to overcome the key environmental challenge of carbon reduction.
Earthwatch Australia has a long-standing track record of successfully engaging the corporate sector to deliver improved environmental and social outcomes through a range of capacity-building programmes.
Amcor – Our Belief Statement: We believe in responsible packaging. We passionately and relentlessly apply art and science to enhance the products people use in everyday life – today and tomorrow.
Australia’s largest nature discovery project endeavouring to document the plants and animals on hundreds of properties across Australia’s National Reserve System.