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Eco-tainment: 17 Ways to Get Kids Engaged with Nature and Science This Summer

School’s out, summer camp is probably out of the question this year, and the kids are bouncing off the walls…

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We Stand with You

Earthwatch stands in solidarity with those demanding justice against racism and systemic oppression.

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Air Quality: Community Engagement Helps Make the Invisible Visible

As people and economies around the world have faced tight restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19, our air quality has generally improved.

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10 Ways to Save Energy, Waste, and Money With a More Sustainable Home

At Earthwatch, we've been stuck at home, too. So we thought we'd share some ways to save energy and money at home with a more sustainable and less-waste lifestyle.

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23 Must-Read Science Books About the Environment, Chosen by Earthwatch Scientists

We asked Earthwatch scientists and staff to share their favorite scientific reads, especially those with an environmental focus, and explain the impact these volumes had on them…

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From the Kindergarten Classroom to Costa Rica Conservation Research

In June of 2019, Earthwatch Teen Expedition Facilitator Renee White left her kindergarten classroom behind to travel to Costa Rica and lead a group of teens on the expedition Co…

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How to Build a Rain Garden

Rain gardens can be a great tool to manage water on your property or in your neighborhood…

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7 Ways to Support Earthwatch

From making a donation to our Earthwatch Fund to joining our Ambassador Program to registering for our new webinar series, discover the many ways you can support Earthwatch.

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The Power of Collective Action in a Climate of Despair

With the world increasingly and visibly under siege from a warming climate, it’s hard not to worry about our future…

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From LA to Nova Scotia and Back, a Student’s Journey into Science

During the summer of 2013, Andrea Gamino traveled to Nova Scotia to study mammals with Earthwatch as part of the Ignite LA Student Science Awards…

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