Scientists expect to observe the greatest effects of global warming in the Arctic.
Earthwatch expeditions pair researchers with volunteers to address some of the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. Explore our current expeditions to discover how you can make a difference.Showing 9 of 9 matches
Rhino populations are in crisis due to the high value of rhino horn combined with widespread poaching.
Bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators provide services that are critical to our future food security and the ecological hea
Join researchers in the towering mountains and verdant forests of Utah to monitor the health and diversity of bee populations.<
Help researchers study the nesting behavior of small, cavity-nesting forest owls in Utah and Arizona to better understand how t
By studying the feeding behavior of killer whales in Iceland, scientists can better understand potential threats to this specie
Join scientists on the largest island in the Caribbean to conduct an assessment of its diverse array of bird and amphibian spec
How can we keep shark and ray populations strong? Find answers while exploring some of the world’s most beautiful reefs.
Join Earthwatch in South Africa to help protect a colony of African penguins on Robben Island.