Help conserve wildlife within the Amazon Basin by searching for pink river dolphins, primates, macaw, caiman, and giant river o
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 10 matches
Why have Pacific leatherback sea turtles almost disappeared? Look for answers and solutions on Costa Rica’s beaches.
The transition from hunter-gatherers to farming in ancient Portuguese societies is still a mystery.
Explore interactions between people and chimpanzees and other primates in the rainforest of Uganda to improve human–primate rel
Join scientists along the Gulf Coast of Texas to study how changing environmental conditions and human influences are impacting
How can we keep shark and ray populations strong? Find answers while exploring some of the world’s most beautiful reefs.
Survey a variety of shark and ray species in Florida to help ensure the populations are protected from overexploitation and env
The once vast Atlantic Forest in Brazil has been reduced to less than one sixth of its former size.
Help discover and protect this delicate Alpine environment from climate change, and from ourselves.
CUSTOM EXPEDITIONS FOR GROUPS
Explore the world together. Our expert staff can coordinate a meaningful experience for school groups, corporate employees, alumni associations, community groups, or other affiliations.
Be more than a tourist
After an amazing experience on my first Earthwatch expedition in Nicaragua I decided that I would like to join another trip and reviewed my options, settling on Wildlife of the Mongolia Steppe.
Our Research Focus
Sustainable Cities and Communities
Collect essential environmental data to promote urban resiliency while helping to influence positive change.
Take action to protect marine habitats, conserve biodiversity, and promote sustainable livelihoods.
Preserve and restore forests, assess and mitigate the impacts of a changing climate, and conserve biodiversity.