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  • School Year is Ending, But Progress Continues

    The past school year has been a time of incredible growth for EarthEcho. Since September, we have seen major changes and initiatives from our Youth Leadership Council, launched new programs and redesigned our classic programs, said goodbye to a beloved staff member, and welcomed a new member to our team...all while finding our footing within the current political landscape. While we can’t wait to see what the summer and new school year will bring, let’s take…

  • March for Science Official Partner

    As a nonprofit organization founded to equip new generations of leaders and problem solvers to tackle environmental challenges, EarthEcho International is committed to supporting scientific literacy of the youth population. We need young people to be the informed and activated citizens that take action now to create a more sustainable world. EarthEcho is proud to join the ever-growing list of scientific, academic, communication, education, and public service…

  • Virtual STEM Career Fair

    Meet Three Experts Changing the Face of STEM About   Panelists    Classroom Resources   Register Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 1:00 PM Eastern Time A career in STEM can be incredibly exciting—especially when it’s your job to study American black bears in the Western Great Basin, to advocate for the benefits nature provides to people in cities, or to act as a test engineer on airplane engines. Sounds awesome, doesn’t…

  • EarthEcho International Launches STEMExplore, New Digital STEM Career Resource

    Philippe Cousteau, Jr.’s EarthEcho International Launches STEMExplore, New Digital STEM Career Resource, on March 30th at National Science Teachers Association Conference First live virtual event profiling scientists and their careers to be held April 19 for students Washington, DC (March 29, 2017) EarthEcho International's Founder and President Philippe Cousteau, Jr. has spent his life traveling to the far reaches of our planet, just like his father,…

  • Walk for Wild Florida

    I looked across the expanse of the St Mark’s River, and realized I was stuck. A ferry boat was waiting to take me across the river so I could continue backpacking the Florida trail on the other bank. But that would mean that after hiking, rambling and hopping my way through 280 miles of the Florida backwoods, after starting all the way back at my house in Gainesville, Florida, I would have not done my journey under my own power. If I took a ferry across, the…