The first journey began September 3, 2013, exploring one of the world’s largest aquatic dead zones located in the center of the Chesapeake Bay. This expedition reimagines how middle and high school students learn by leveraging the spirit of exploration and technology to bring learning alive.
Led by Philippe Cousteau Jr., EarthEcho International is a leading non-profit environmental education organization that leverages the power of adventure to reignite STEM education for a new generation. Learn About Earthecho
EarthEcho International Praises Expanded Marine National Monument
Prerecorded On November 19th Join EarthEcho International and DC Water for a truly behind-the-scenes look at how the nation’s capital is combatting its storm and wastewater pollution problems. Engineer James Wonneberg will take you 100 feet underground to explore Washington, DC’s new stormwater tunnels: over 13 miles of massive tunnels that hold and treat storm and wastewater before it pollutes local waterways. From there, engineer Bethany Bezak will take…Learn More
Are you a teacher who cares about our water planet and wants to inspire and encourage your students to do the same? You've come to the right place. The Water Planet Challenge will give you the information and materials you need to help your middle and high school students TAKE ACTION to protect and restore our planet's natural resources while teaching to key standards.Explore more Educator Resources
Featured ResourceRainCheck: A Guide for Stormwater Action
Ashley Battle-Chan’s introduction to conservation came in 6th grade, when her middle school principal nominated her for a summer camp program at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. While she had always excelled in her science classes, Ashley fell in love with marine animals and…Read More