Volunteer with Earthwatch

At Earthwatch, we call the people who go on our expeditions "volunteers." On an Earthwatch expedition, you will be volunteering your time and energy to a scientific field research or conservation project in one of 50 or so countries around the world. You don’t need any special skills to be a volunteer, just enthusiasm and a willingness to lend a hand. Earthwatch volunteers range in age from 10 to 90.
As a volunteer, you might choose to band penguins in South Africa or tag endangered sea turtles on Pacific beaches. You might measure snowpack density on the frontlines of climate change or map water supplies in drought-stricken northern Kenya.
Earthwatch expeditions are much more than vacations or ecotours – they are real hands-on ways you can help protect the world’s endangered animals and habitats, improve lives of people and animals living in biodiversity hotspots, and help scientists make discoveries that may lead to a better understanding of our world. And have a great time while doing it."Be the change you want to see in the world." Mahatma Ghandi. more
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