We are delighted to announce the publication of a new paper by Earthwatch interns Jeneen Hadj-Hammou and Daniel Ophof, together with Dr. Steven Loiselle and Dr. Ian Thornhill in the highly respected PLOS ONE scientific journal.
Earthwatch is partnering on two exciting projects to engage people in the biggest environmental challenges facing our planet.
OPENER and ENCOMPASS are among six initiatives funded by the NERC’s £500,000 Engaging Environments programme.
Capturing Our Coast volunteer shortlisted for volunteer award
Since writing this blog, Hugh has been shortlisted in the Adult Newcomer category of the 2017 UK Awards for Biological Recording and Information Sharing.
In 2013, Hugh left his job as a doctor to pursue a different career path, and reaping the benefits of spending time outdoors.
Hugh joined our Capturing our Coast project in 2016 and this is his blog.
New results from Earthworm Watch released
How many worms have our volunteers found? How much soil have they dug up? What's an earthworm's favourite habitat?
Check out the new infographic from Earthworm Watch.
From the urban metropolis of Shanghai to the deserts of the United Arab Emirates and the wetlands of India, discover new insights into the key causes of water quality loss and ecosystem degradation both globally and locally, triggering important conservation actions, thanks to volunteers involved in FreshWater Watch.