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With your support and donations, we can learn more about our planet and understand how best to conserve our wildlife, landscapes, and natural resources.

There are many ways you can support Earthwatch

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If you're a UK taxpayer, Gift Aid adds 25p for every £1 that you donate because we can reclaim tax on your gift at no extra cost to you. Find out more here.

Payroll Giving

Payroll Giving

Donating through payroll giving is a tax-effective way to support our work. Because your donation is taken from your salary before tax is deducted, it costs you less and the Inland Revenue gives us the tax it would otherwise have kept.To find out more about payroll giving through the Give As You Earn scheme, visit Inland Revenue. Speak to your employer about giving to Earthwatch through payroll giving.

Legacy Giving

Legacy Giving

We know that your first priority when making a will is to provide for your loved ones, but many people find that even after they’ve done this they can leave something to a cause they hold dear. Leaving Earthwatch a gift in your will is one of the most valuable and lasting ways you can support us. Contact us for information

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Earthwatch is working with community members in Gazi to help protect local mangroves. We need your support to help provide materials and activities for schools

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Over the past 50 years, approximately one-third of the world’s original mangroves have been lost.

Mangrove forests provide coastal protection from storms and tsunamis, woodland resources, wildlife habitat, and carbon storage. Despite their importance, mangroves suffer one of the fastest rates of destruction of any habitat

This has serious implications for local communities, which not only benefit from the woodland resources mangroves supply, but are also reliant on the fish that use the mangroves as nursery habitats and on the protection that they provide to coastlines in times of severe weather events. Professor Mark Huxham and his team are researching techniques to restore mangroves and associated marine ecosystems and to evaluate the carbon stocks they hold. Mikoko Pamoja was launched to apply this research and use payments for ecosystem services (specifically, payments for carbon credits) to safeguard conservation gains and improve the quality of life of the local community.