Earthwatch Europe works to create a world where we live in balance with nature.
We help communities to protect the nature around them. We build meaningful nature connections and give people the tools they need to fight for our planet.
Working alongside communities and organisations, we build an understanding and a love of nature, and help everyone to protect the natural world. Guided by science and powered by people, we create change through connection.
People are the heart of everythingwe do. From the classroom to the boardroom and the field to the laboratory, we bring everyone together with the shared goal to protect our planet. We work where we can have the most impact, creating knowledge and inspiring action. We fight for our fragile planet with passion and with science – with our hearts and our minds.
We work where we can have the biggest impact and drive the most change – in our towns and cities, our farmed fields and throughout our network of rivers, lakes and wetlands.
By working with communities, businesses and organisations across these three areas, we can build a movement to create a world where we live in balance with nature.
Powered by science
We are an Independent Research Organisation (IRO) and we use science to better understand the environmental challenges we face, and to find solutions to these issues.
We are leaders in – and passionate advocates of – citizen science: engaging the public in scientific research. We empower people from all walks of life to gather data, generate environmental insights and fight for change.
Our Annual Review
Water quality results from our Evenlode WaterBlitz that took place in September 2023. Over 100 volunteers took part across the… View
Extreme heat stress presents formidable challenges to cities and those who live and work there. How can businesses collaborate with… View
Why are so many companies choosing to keep their sustainability strategies under wraps? We explore this strange trend in our… View
We have published our 2022 monitoring report for the Tiny Forest programme, showcasing the benefits that young Tiny Forests can bring to urban… View