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Scientific Research: A ‘Labor of Love’

For over a year, my fight against climate change existed only in the digital sphere -- an approach that proved to be mentally exhausting — so my inner voice told me to get my ey…

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Safety in the Storm

This summer ushered in a series of natural disasters, which are currently still ravaging parts of the world…

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Warren Stortroen – 100 Cheers for an Extraordinary Volunteer!

After a 40-year career spent working in an office, Warren Stortroen decided to give back and travel the world while doing so…

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Hiking, Song Birds, and Finding a Path to Environmentalism through Earthwatch

Judith Santano traveled to Wyoming in 2013 as part of Earthwatch's student scholarship program, Ignite…

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Into the Peruvian Amazon – The Journey of an EY-Earthwatch Ambassador

An EY-Earthwatch Ambassador shares her experience in the Peruvian Amazon, helping to conserve the wildlife in the basin while teaming up with fellow EY teammates to support loca…

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Guardians of the Forest

As darkness settles on the forest, a fleet of tiny owls emerges from the shadows – their soft-edged wings silent as they stalk their prey…

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In Defense of Climate Science

Dr. Steve Mamet and his predecessors have been collecting climate change-related data in the Mackenzie Mountains since 199…

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The Anthropocene and You: How Earthwatch citizen scientists can support environmental stewardship

Drs. Steve Mamet and LeeAnn Fishback are the lead scientists on the Earthwatch expeditions Climate Change at the Arctic’s Edge and Climate Change in the Mackenzie Mountains…

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Hurricanes, Zika Virus, Appendicitis: How does Earthwatch Assess Risk and Promote Safety in the Field?

Risk is an inherent part of traveling, and even more broadly, risk is present in every aspect of our lives…

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I never came back…

I came back from Brazil four years ago, but I never really came back. And I know that any Earthwatch fellow will tell you the exact same thing…

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