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  • Applications Open for England Fellows EarthEcho Expeditions: What’s the Catch?

    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…

  • EarthEcho International Water Challenge Virtual Field Trip – Water Journeys

      Panelists     Classroom Resources       Science Standards   Watch Event EarthEcho International Virtual Field Trip – Water Journeys In honor of World Water Day and the kick-off of the 2019 EarthEcho Water Challenge, join EarthEcho International for a live, virtual field trip event – Water Journeys. Through this engaging virtual panel, students will learn about the importance of water quality and…

  • The Australian Marine Debris Initiative . Live Virtual Field Trip with Tangaroa Blue

      Panelist     Classroom Resources       Science Standards   Watch Event Hosted by Jodi Jones, marine debris is a global issue and one we need to be innovative and practical in solving the problem, working with the Australian Marine debris database is interesting as she can see how much Australians care for our environment and she is always inventing ways to use our data to drive change and reduce plastic…

  • Virtual Field Trip with Parks Victoria

      Panelist     Classroom Resources       Science Standards   Recorded Event Join us and host Mark Rodrigue from Parks Victoria, as we learn about Marine Protected Areas.  Marine Protected Areas are vital to healthy oceans, but even pollutants, such as plastic, can impact these pristine seas.  This 45-minute event will be interactive and we will have time for question and answer!  Need…

  • A message from Philippe Cousteau

    February 11th marked the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. With the month of February dedicated to the exploration of Black History in the U.S., I find myself wondering how many girls of color see themselves as marine biologists or marine scientists? This made me think about Sheila Minor… Last March I stumbled upon a Twitter thread that was fascinating and began with the above photo. You can read the original thread for details, but in the photo,…