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Operation Healthy Air: Pulling Answers Out of Thin Air 

How do you mobilize people and policymakers to understand and take action against a threat they can’t see?

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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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RAIN at the Zoo: Earthwatch Launches Rain Garden Program at Franklin Park Zoo

This summer, Earthwatch launched a new community engagement program: Raingarden Action in Neighborhoods (RAIN)…

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Finding New Meaning At Work Through Corporate Responsibility

To celebrate 10 years of EY-Earthwatch expeditions, EY has collected inspiring stories from participants, who discuss how the program improves local communities while strengthe…

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Citizen Science, Trees, and the Quest for Urban Resiliency

Between 2012 and 2015, nearly 9,000 trees in Cambridge, Massachusetts were measured and monitored by both researchers and citizen scientists.

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Not All Trees Are Created Equal

The Earthwatch Urban Resiliency Program is a partnership between Earthwatch, scientists from UC Riverside, and community organizations to influence sustainable management of urb…

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Healthy Trees, Healthy Cities, Healthy Lives

For the last few years, Earthwatch citizen scientists have collected data to estimate the health and benefits of urban forests in Boston and Los Angeles.

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