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  • Students Bring Awareness to Lake Erie Algal Blooms

    Jim Trogdon's middle school student's have been hard at work learning about environmental issues in their community and taking action to help our water planet. Does your classroom have a story you'd like us to feature? E-mail us at info@earthecho.org! ----- The summer 2011 algal bloom outbreak in the western section of Lake Erie was the worst that has ever been recorded according to a new report by the National Wildlife Federation. Researchers have…

  • Enter the Center for Environmental Filmmaking’s Spring 2012 Eco-Comedy Film Competition

    Eco-Comedy Video Competition Spring 2012  $1000 Prize! Sponsored by the Sierra Club and AU’s Center for Environmental Filmmaking GUIDELINES The contest is open to anyone who prepares a short, funny video for YouTube, which communicates a clear message about clean energy and/or green jobs. Submissions must: Be humorous! Address the issue of clean energy and/or green jobs. Reach a broad audience beyond just environmentalists. Be an original…

  • EarthEcho International Kicks Off 2012 With New Resources Added To The Water Planet Challenge Site

    - Partnering with Discovery Education to Provide Webinar featuring Philippe Cousteau, Jr. -   - Student Achievement Grants Now Available to Middle and High School Public Educators –   Washington, D.C., January 19, 2012 - EarthEcho International, a leading environmental education nonprofit organization (www.earthecho.org), is working with the NEA Foundation and Discovery Education to bring educators and students new resources to EarthEcho’s…

  • The Do Something Awards are now accepting applications for 2012

    The Do Something Awards are now accepting applications for 2012.  Do Something is a national nonprofit organization that inspires young people to believe that change is possible, and trains, funds, and mobilizes them to be leaders who measurably strengthen their communities. The Do Something Award identifies exceptional young social entrepreneurs, activists, and community leaders who have a significant social impact. Five nominees will receive a $10,000…

  • EarthEcho CEO Philippe Cousteau Interviewed on Go Green Radio

    EarthEcho International president and CNN International Correspondent Philippe Cousteau and CBK Associates’ Cathryn Berger Kaye recently conducted an interview with Go Green Radio host Jill Buck. The podcast focuses on What’s On Your Fork, a new series of EarthEcho International resources that helps educators and students explore the environmental and community impact of daily food choices as they consider implementing a Meatless Monday campaign. Listen to…