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Nutanix Teachers as Change Makers

Two teachers traveled on Earthwatch expeditions to study wildlife and habitats alongside scientists, thanks to funding from Nutanix.

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National Grid Foundation Teachers: Empowering Educators Through the Outdoors

Five Boston Public School teachers traveled on Earthwatch expeditions to study wildlife and habitats alongside scientists, thanks to funding from the National Grid Foundation.

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From the Rockies to the boardroom: Earthwatch’s ripple effect

Judith Santano's expedition in the Rockies started her journey with Earthwatch from a student to a board member, creating a ripple effect in environmental education.

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How an Earthwatch expedition ignited a career in climate science

Kaitlyn Trudeau’s experience on Climate Change at the Arctic's Edge changed the course of her life and career, setting her on a path towards success as a climatologist.

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Gifts that give back: A guide to more sustainable celebrations

Check out our celebration and gift ideas that spark joy and consider our environment.

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Meet the Hispanic and Latinx Scientists Pioneering Environmental Research
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Eight Climate Action Strategies for a Resilient Planet

Here are a few examples of individual actions that can contribute to a more sustainable planet when combined with systemic and legislative strategies.

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Meet the Newest Cohort of Girls in Science Leaders!

In a world where STEM fields remain heavily male-dominated, a new generation of leaders is rising, eager to break barriers and make their mark.

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