Help collect samples and identify the microscopic food items in the waters around Ningaloo Reef to evaluate changes in the Manta Ray’s food web. Read more
Bush Blitz is Australia’s largest nature discovery project, a unique partnership that’s documenting plant and animal species across the country. Read more
ClimateWatch is the first continental-scale project in the southern hemisphere to study plant and animal life cycle events, and enables every Australian to collect and record data that will shape our scientific response to climate change. Read more
Since 1971, Earthwatch has supported world-class environmental research in extraordinary locations around the globe while providing transformational learning experiences to more than 100,000 people. Read more
The Climate crisis is the most pressing environmental challenge humanity now faces. Earthwatch can help you be part of the solution and together we can keep ahead of climate change.
Our programs build awareness and evidence of the interconnectedness between biodiversity, ecosystems and ecosystem services, and the value nature provides to sustaining our livelihoods.
From biodiversity and food supply to the livelihoods of millions, so much depends on our oceans. Coral reefs are home to one quarter of all life in the oceans, and they provide humans with immense benefits such as coastal protection, fisheries, and tourism.
In Australia, we are renowned for our unique wildlife with more than 70% of our species found nowhere else on earth. We can help stop wildlife decline by reconnecting people with nature.
Experience some of the most remote and wild places on the planet on an Earthwatch expedition.
Earthwatch partners with a diversity of groups in business and government sectors, as well as communities, trusts and foundations, and non-government organisations.
TeachLive is a week-long, immersive, nature-based citizen science experience. TeachLive helps teachers’ build their capacity to facilitate high quality learning on environmental and sustainability issues using real-world research projects.
Gemma Murphy, a participant from Earthwatch corporate partner QBE, shares her experience exploring the mangroves and landscapes of the Daintree. Read more
ClimateWatch community trail walks are a great way to get outdoors and do something hands-on about the climate crisis. Read more
Global honey bee populations are decreasing at an alarming rate. To understand and prevent colony collapse, we are putting tiny ‘backpacks’ on our bee friends to find out more about them. Read more