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  • Virtual Field Trip: Ship To Shore Exploring the Deep Sea with the R/V Falkor

      Panelist     Classroom Resources       Science Standards   Recorded Event The deep sea is home to a variety of understudied, otherworldly ecosystems that are in need of human understanding if they are to have any protection from encroaching deep sea fishing and mining activities. These systems support the global marine environment through habitat creation, nutrient cycling, and maintenance of biodiversity.…

  • Virtual Field Trip: Shalise’s Ocean Support

      Panelist     Classroom Resources       Science Standards   Recorded Event Join us as we celebrate the launch of our 2018 EarthEcho Expedition: PlasticSeas with one of your young ocean protectors, Shalise.  Shalise believes we need to protect our beautiful oceans for future generations as the oceans are essential to life on earth. Join her on this virtual field trip to learn how you and your…

  • Virtual Field Trip: Eat Less Plastic

      Panelist     Classroom Resources       Science Standards   Recorded Event Tuesday, January 15, 2019, at 1:00 p.m **PLEASE NOTE time change** We are excited to bring to you exciting videos, engaging lessons and more from our EarthEcho Expeditions: PlasticSeas! In celebration of the release of Expedition: PlasticSeas we are hosting a virtual field trip hosted by Magen Schifiliti, Conservation and…

  • 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     Recorded Event 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…