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  • Resolutions on a Better Planet

    Join Philippe Cousteau Jr., of EarthEcho International, to kick off the New Year with a resolution to protect our Water Planet. Panelists Include:  Scott Ganske, Director of Education, Youth Service America Captain Nancy Caruso, Get Inspired! Inc.  Stacey Rafalowski, Education Manager, EarthEcho International Students from Mr. Doucette's AP Environmental Science Class, Pacifica High School, California Students from Mr.…

  • Continue the Journey with EarthEcho Expeditions

    Join EarthEcho International as we guide educators through EarthEcho Expeditions materials to explore how they may be used with classrooms and youth groups. During this Hangout on Air, we will introduce and discuss incentives for participation, including the opportunity to apply for Expedition-specific grants through EarthEcho’s partners. Explore our curriculum, resources, and incentive opportunities. Engage with EarthEcho staff and partners. Bring action to…

  • “What Happens When We Flush?” Virtual Fieldtrip

    Thank you for joining EarthEcho International and Canaan Valley Institute for a "Virtual Fieldtrip," What Happens When We Flush?  If you were not able to view the event live, please tune in below as Jenny Newland and Vicki Fenwick from the Canaan Valley Institute discuss the importance of wastewater while taking you on a tour through their greenhouse, which uses recycled wastewater. During the virtual fieldtrip they answered questions…

  • Defend Your Drain Webinar with Philippe Cousteau and Seventh Generation Foundation’s John Replogle

    Did you realize that everything you send down the drain—including things that you wash off your body or that first pass through your body—can end up back in local waterways, the  ocean, and even the water supply? Join EarthEcho International and Seventh Generation Foundation for an Earth Month webinar that explores the connections between everyday products and the health of our water planet. This lively panel discussion—which…

  • Enter Planet Connect’s Get Green Video Contest

    Show us how you can Green Your City. What's an idea using Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) that can help green your city? No matter where you live, there are ways your city or town can “go greener” through the innovative use of your Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) skills. Planet Connect and Staples want HS students to demonstrate in a 30 second – 120 second video how one or more of the elements of STEM can…