The story of a marine predator that has inspired both fear and fascination for generations.
In Playa Grande, Costa Rica, more than 20 years of egg poaching consumed a generation of leatherback sea turtles.
An interactive look at the history of Earthwatch's work to conserve sea turtles globally.
Judith Santano, a former Ignite LA fellow, tells her story of discovering her passion for science through her Earthwatch experience and then discovering her place within the sci…
Learn what to expect on your COVID Ready expedition.
This Earth Day, we’re sharing a list of seven ways you can take action to celebrate—from mapping biodiversity in your neighborhood to making your home more sustainable to suppo…
On April 22nd, 1970, 20 million Americans peacefully protested from coast to coast on the world’s first Earth Day, underscoring the intense public demand for environmental regul…
Conserving Rhinos in South Africa with Lynne MacTavish
For more than 20 years, Gana Wingard has been working to conserve the Ikh Nart Nature Reserve.
Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists
Never a Dhole Moment with Dr. Nucharin Songsasen