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Wombats, Wild Dogs, and the Worldly Career of Sy Montgomery

In January, bestselling author Sy Montgomery will travel to Thailand’s Khao Yai National Park to join the Earthwatch expedition Tracking Asiatic Wild Dogs in Thailand…

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Sea Turtles and [Metaphorical] Strings

In May of 2018, Earthwatch volunteer Holly O’Neal traveled to the Bahamas to participate on the expedition Tracking Sea Turtles in the Bahamas…

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Hope and Perseverance in the Face of Climate Despair

Earlier this week, the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued their sixth climate report since 1990, presenting a sobering assessment of ho…

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IBM and Earthwatch Team Up to Tackle Sustainability in Chicago

For the month of August, 14 IBM employees from around the world assembled in Chicago as part of the company’s Corporate Service Corps (CSC), assisting local nonprofits that are…

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From Students to Scientists, An Earthwatch Metamorphosis

Our team consisted of one scientist, two academic facilitators, and nine students…

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Earthwatch: Transformative, Validating, Full of Adventure

Transformative, validating, full of adventure… These are the first three ideas that come to mind when I reflect on my experiences with Earthwatch.

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Following Forest Owls and Traveling Teachers in Arizona

But for this, my favorite work week of the year, I journey to the mountains of Arizona to host eight high school science teachers—recipients of the competitive Project Kindle fe…

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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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From Volunteer to Ph.D. and Back Again!

R.J. Corgan has had the rare of experience of being an Earthwatch volunteer, a scientist, and then a volunteer once more…

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From Volunteer to Ph.D. and Back Again!

R.J. Corgan has had the rare of experience of being an Earthwatch volunteer, a scientist, and then a volunteer once more…

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