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  • A Healthy Ocean Takes Root in Trees

    As we approach September, I have been thinking about the promise and excitement that a new school year brings. Not surprisingly,  the word “echo” keeps coming to mind. Creating an “echo” is one of the core tenets on which EarthEcho International was based--the idea that the actions we take reverberate through our global community. Over the course of the next nine months of the school year, all of us have the potential to create a powerful…

  • Take Action Against Carbon Emissions

    In the few weeks since Leonardo DiCaprio won an Academy Award for his performance in The Revenant, the world has not just been talking about Leo’s first Oscar, but about climate change. DiCaprio used the majority of his acceptance speech to discuss what he (and many others) called, “the most urgent threat facing our entire species.” I, along with scientists, environmentalists, (some) politicians, backyard nature lovers, and countless young people agree.…

  • EarthEcho Expedition: Shell Shocked

    For Immediate Release   Philippe Cousteau, Jr.’s EarthEcho International Profiles Youth Leaders in Action with EarthEcho Expedition: Shell Shocked Documentary Videos, Outreach Materials and Project Based Learning Resources Provided Online, Free-of-Charge Washington, DC (March 17, 2016) -- EarthEcho International, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to equipping youth with resources to act now for a sustainable future, has released a collection of…

  • EarthEcho Taps a New Generation of Environmental Champions

    For Immediate Release February 29, 2016   Philippe Cousteau’s EarthEcho International Taps a New Generation of Environmental Champions for Inaugural Youth Leadership Council   (Washington, D.C.) EarthEcho International, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to equipping youth with resources to act now for a sustainable future, today announced the formation of its Youth Leadership Council.  Comprised of 15 young environmental leaders from…

  • 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,…