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  • #OurEcho Project Reporting Form

    Are you, your classroom, or a local organization involved in an environmental project? Share it with us!  One classroom, community group, or individual who plans a tree planting and shares it with us before May 20th could be selected to recieve to have a one-on-one Google Hangout with Philippe Cousteau! Share your story now! Loading...

  • 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…

  • Virtual Field Trip: Exploring Hydrothermal Vents with Schmidt Ocean Institute

    About    Panelists    Classroom Resources     Science Standards    View the Virtual Field Trip Recorded: April 27, 2016  We are once again heading aboard the R/V Falkor with Schmidt Ocean Institute for a unique virtual field trip! Join the ship and their scientists in the South Pacific as they explore hydrothermal vents using remotely operated vehicles (ROVs). Led by scientist Chuck Fisher, we will explore…

  • Virtual Field Trip: Tree Planting in Ohio

    About    Panelists    Classroom Resources     Science Standards    View the Virtual Field Trip Recorded April 12th, 2016 Join EarthEcho as we kick off a National Tree Planting campaign to mitigate carbon emissions and lessen the impacts of ocean acidification and climate change. Trees not onlysequester carbon but also provide habitat, reinforce stream banks,  and beautify our communities.  On…