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  • EarthEcho Expeditions: What’s the Catch? Launch Virtual Field Trip!

       Panelist     Classroom Resources     Science Standards     Register  EarthEcho Expeditions: What's the Catch? Launch: Tuesday, January 7th at 9:00 AM EST/2:00 PM GMT We are excited to bring to you exciting videos, engaging lessons and more from our EarthEcho Expeditions: What's the Catch?! This series of teaching tools includes everything teachers need to convey the importance of healthy…

  • Inky’s Story

    EarthEcho Youth Leadership Council member and environmental activist Akhila Bandlora shares how gratitude helps her remain engaged in her activism and avoid burnout. Pictured left Pictured are Sea Youth Rise Up Delegation 2019 (+ Grace Doleshel) - a few of the people who give Akhila hope and joy for the future, for which she is eternally grateful. Let’s begin with a pregnant octopus named Inky. She holds thousands of eggs inside her…

  • STEMExplore is back and better than ever!

    Did you know that women with high math abilities are more likely than men with similar strengths to choose careers in non-math areas? And that this preference for non-math-related careers may show up as early as adolescence? It’s important, then, that we not only teach STEM subjects, but to also encourage and nurture young girls’ innate talent in these fields, fueling their STEM journey. At EarthEcho, we know that nothing is more inspiring than connecting…

  • Where will YOU be for World Water Monitoring Day?

    This past August I sprang out of bed at a mere four o'clock in the morning to hop on a flight across the country. In Washington, D.C., I would finally come face to face with the 30 other EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassadors who I had never met but whose voices were familiar from descriptions of their water monitoring efforts on our monthly calls together. I spent a weekend connecting with Ambassadors from places I have never been, like Texas and…

  • EarthEcho Expeditions: What’s the Catch? Continuing PD for Secondary Teachers in England

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Philippe Cousteau Jr.’s EarthEcho International Invites Secondary School Teachers to Examine the Impacts of Technology and Fisheries along the Coastlines of Plymouth, England on EarthEcho Expeditions: What’s the Catch? Expedition to Plymouth supported by the Northrop Grumman Foundation Washington, D.C. (April 1st, 2019): EarthEcho International, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to equipping youth with resources to act now…