Earthwatch is a global environmental charity aiming to create a society that lives in balance with nature by empowering people to save the natural world.  We're all about empowering people to take action in key areas where we can have the most impact: to keep ahead of climate change, save the reef and oceans, restore our iconic landscapes and protect our unique wildlife. Central to our approach is the use of citizen science, where people from all walks of life gather critical scientific data to generate environmental insights, inform future policy and motivate long-term behaviour change.  

Position Description

Earthwatch is looking for an undergraduate or recent graduate in environmental or biological sciences (or related degree) to undertake a literature review of urban greening and urban biodiversity papers to support the case for Earthwatch’s new Tiny Forest program. Experience and enjoyment in reading and interpreting scientific papers is required

How to apply

To apply, you will need to send us your CV and a short cover letter telling us why you’d be great in this placement to [email protected].  Please include “Earthwatch Australia Internship Application” in the subject line.  If you intend to put this internship toward university credit, your application must include a letter of support from your unit chair which outlines any specific requirements or obligations. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Applications for Intake 1 close 9am AEDT Friday 18th March 2022. 



Earthwatch Australia is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, all genders, young people, LGBTQI people and people with a disability are encouraged to apply.