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  • EarthEcho Expeditions: PlasticSeas Recap

    EarthEcho Expeditions: PlasticSeas took place in Melbourne, Australia, October 1-5, 2018. For our first international Expedition, the EarthEcho team took great pride in recruiting 25 middle-grade teachers ("Expedition Fellows") from Melbourne and surrounding areas. Melbourne is the fastest growing city, as well as, the capital of Victoria. The EarthEcho team chose Melbourne as a city by the sea to examine the cause, impacts, and solutions of plastics…

  • EARTHECHO INTERNATIONAL INSPIRES YOUNG WOMEN TO PURSUE STEM FIELDS

    RENOWNED EXPLORER AND ACTIVIST PHILIPPE COUSTEAU’S EARTHECHO INTERNATIONAL INSPIRES YOUNG WOMEN TO PURSUE STEM FIELDS New program will create a pipeline of future scientists to tackle big environmental challenges Washington, DC (October 30, 2018) –EarthEcho International is launching a new program to connect female professionals in STEM (science, engineering, math and technology) fields with girls across the United States.  STEMExplore is a series of…

  • EarthEcho Expeditions: PlasticSeas is underway

    Northrop Grumman Foundation and Philippe Cousteau Jr.’s EarthEcho International Bring Real World Science and Exploration to the Classroom with EarthEcho Expedition: PlasticSeas in Australia 25 Australian teachers are exploring the impact of plastics in Port Phillip Bay and the ocean MELBOURNE, Australia – Oct. 6, 2018 –The Northrop Grumman Foundation and leading environmental education and youth leadership nonprofit EarthEcho International are…

  • Virtual Field Trip: Aquaponics 101

    About     Panelists      Classroom Resources     Science Standards     Watch/Questions Join EarthEcho International, 2017 EarthEcho Expeditions Fellow, Jim Trogdon, and Paul Brentlinger, CEO of CropKing Inc. as we learn all about aquaponics. We will review the history of aquaponics, explore how students can build an affordable system for your classroom, and discuss why aquaponics is so important for water…

  • EarthEcho International Youth Leadership Council Adds Six Environmental Champions

    (Washington, D.C.) EarthEcho International, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring young people worldwide to act now for a sustainable future, announced the addition of six new members to their Youth Leadership Council (YLC).  Comprised of 15 young environmental leaders from the United States, Australia, Canada, Chile, and Iraq, ages 15-22, the EarthEcho YLC helps to expand the impact of the organization’s programs and partnerships worldwide.…