Save the Earth Foundation along with NOAA’s Ocean Guardian Program funded a new Hydration System at St. Francis High School in Watsonville, CA. Marissa DeVogelaere, a key member of the school’s Ecology Club, is pictured here with the new Hydration Station.  Hydration Stations are key to reducing the consumption of single use disposable bottles.  … Read More

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Department of Earth and Space Science University Of Washington: Department of Earth and Space Science. Save The Earth is funding research to understand the natural baseline from which climate change occurs:Climate change occurs in response to natural forces, but also in response to some of mankind’s activities, but all we can observe is the resultant… Read More

  Save the Earth Foundation (STE) recently announced its funding of a community nursery managed by Nick Routledge at Canticle Farms in Oakland CA, a non-profit urban farming and gardening initiative. The seed money granted by STE will go towards the purchase of public domain, open-pollinated, non-hybrid, non-GMO seed, soil, containers and irrigation equipment to… Read More

Save The Earth’s most recent project is to collaborate with Central California research institutes on a 9 day research cruise aboard the NOAA Ship Bell Shimada. In May 2015, this project will characterize fish, birds and mammals of Davidson Seamount; evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of different marine mammal sampling techniques; and support the development of a Marine Biodiversity Observatory Network.… Read More

“The multidisciplinary and applied nature of the ESE program teaches students to understand and analyze environmental issues from a technical level, and to apply the results of the analysis to real-world situations in order to address some of the most pressing environmental issues facing society today.” Eric Stein, ESE Alumni General Information The Environmental Science… Read More

Save The Earth is now funding research on Shipping Containers lost at sea. Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary is researching the effects these containers have on the eco-systems of the sea floor. the end… Read More

Save the Earth funds NOAA for a research project on the Davidson Seamount in the Pacific Ocean The Davidson Seamount is a spectacular geologic feature on which recent explorations have documented dramatic biological discoveries (some featured on the BBC production “Planet Earth”). The exploration of Seamounts is relatively novel, because we only recently have the… Read More

Environmental studies at the W. M. Keck Remote Sensing Lab, Department of Earth & Space Sciences University of Washington, Prof. Alan Gillespie. The Remote Sensing lab has been conducting geological & environmental studies for more than twenty years. Major areas of focus have been:Forestry Analysis of forest re-growth and structural stage using spectral mixture analysis… Read More