Stewarding the Steppe with Gana Wingard

For more than 20 years, Gana Wingard has been working to conserve the Ikh Nart Nature Reserve.

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A Killer's Charm

The story of a marine predator that has inspired both fear and fascination for generations.

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The Night Watch

In Playa Grande, Costa Rica, more than 20 years of egg poaching consumed a generation of leatherback sea turtles.

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Mongolia: ‘A Place Full of Treasures’

In September 2015, photographer Kofi Opoku-Ansah and his girlfriend Kim traveled to Mongolia on Earthwatch’s Wildlife of the Mongolian Steppe expedition.

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Teachers Take the Plunge for Science

In October 2015 six Australian school teachers spent a week sailing and snorkelling in Queensland’s Moreton Bay in order to give their students a new perspective on the impact h…

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Declining Leopard Populations in South Africa Prompt a Call to Action for Earthwatch

In November 2015, Earthwatch Research Director D…

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A “Peak” at the Importance of Mountain Ecosystems

Bernat Claramunt Lopez is Earthwatch’s lead scientist for the expedition “Wildlife in the Changing Andorran Pyrenees.” Bernat works with volunteer teams to assess the impact of…

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The Top 10 Earthwatch Expeditions of 2015 (according to our volunteers)!

To wrap up 2015, we tallied the evaluation scores submitted by each volunteer after his or her expedition—a measurement of training, safety, support, team dynamic, research co…

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Science and Politics at the Recent Paris Climate Negotiations

After two weeks of climate negotiations in Paris, nearly 200 nations came together to sign an historic agreement to stem the effects of climate change.

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From Los Angeles to the Arctic Tundra: a Teacher Transformed

Steve Lux has been a math and science teacher in the Los Angeles area for 28 years…

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Is the Sun Setting on Rhinos?

Widespread poaching is decimating rhino populations. Join us in the fight to save this species.

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Looking for Lions

Lloyd Figgins—arthwatch’s Global Safety Manager—recently returned from the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, where he joined the Exploring Lions and Their Prey in Kenya expeditio…

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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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