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  • Environmental Science Class Takes Part in a National Biodiversity Teach In

    Elgin High School hosts webinars for class projects ELGIN, IL, January 11, 2016 - Two Elgin High School teachers want to give their students, staff and community members a front-row seat to the best scientists and environmentalists in the world. Environmental Science Teachers Deb Perryman and Brigid Trimble can’t foot the bill to fly their students around the world so they have done the next best thing - organized a series of webinars featuring renowned speakers,…

  • National Biodiversity Teach In

        February 12th, 2016  EarthEcho is proud to present, in conjunction with Elgin High School (Elgin, Illinois), an ocean-themed day for the 2016 National Biodiversity Teach-In. We are bringing together speakers and scientists from across the globe for a day of free webinars for your classroom. Each speaker is working to protect our Water Planet and preserve the biodiversity found in our oceans and beyond.  Our day will be headlined by our…

  • Exploring the Pacific with Schmidt Ocean Institute

    About    Panelists    Classroom Resources     Science Standards    View Virtual Field Trip January 21, 2016 2pm EST / 9am HST  Join EarthEcho International and the Schmidt Ocean institute as we explore a world without oxygen in the South Pacific. The Schmidt Ocean Institute’s R/V Falkor will travel from Honolulu to Tahiti during a 28 day journey to explore low-oxygen areas of the ocean called oxygen…

  • Give to Our Water Planet

    Well, Thanksgiving (my personal favorite holiday) has come and gone and the holiday season is in full swing. Everywhere you turn, there are advertisements and articles on how to pick the perfect gift for everyone on your list. But what if this year's gifts could continue to give all year long?    Spread the joy of giving throughout the year with gifts that support EarthEcho's mission of inspiring young people act now for a sustainable…

  • Philippe Cousteau, Jr. To Lead EarthEcho Expedition in America‚Äôs Pacific Northwest

    Expedition Focus on Youth and Native American Communities Washington, D.C., November 4, 2015 -- Philippe Cousteau’s environmental education and youth leadership nonprofit EarthEcho International has announced EarthEcho Expedition: Shell Shocked, a new expedition to explore the growing threat of ocean acidification.  From November 16-19, 2015, Cousteau and his crew will travel to Washington State to conduct field explorations and host live virtual events on…