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  • “Last Night I Swam with a Mermaid” Book Launch and Fundraiser photos

    To celebrate the release of their new children's book Last Night I Swam With A Mermaid, authors Kimberly Muller and internationally-renowned photographer Michael Muller threw an Earth Day fete to help promote the book's message of protecting the planet that would benefit Philippe Cousteau's EarthEcho International. The event, presented by eco-friendly brands O-I and Glass Is Life, had all the makings of the ultimate family-friendly at the Annenberg…

  • Win an EarthEcho International Flip Cam Bundle!

    EarthEcho International is teaming up with Edutopia  to provide an Earth Flip Cam Bundle! Five lucky winners will receive an EarthEcho International prize bundle of resources, including a FLIP Camera, a copy of the award-winning book Going Blue: A Teen Guide to Saving Our Oceans, Lakes, Rivers, & Wetlands, and What's on Your Fork? a service-learning action guide about the relationship between food and the environment. Enter by Sunday, April 8th (midnight…

  • Winner of American University’s Center for Environmental Filmmaking’s Eco-Comedy Video A

    The Center for Environmental Film Making at American University recently announced the winner of its annual Eco-Comedy Video Competion. The center, headed by distignished film producer in residence Chris Palmer, annouced Alexander Lucas as the winner with his video "Clean Coal" by the Bituminous Marketing Company. The annual contest is open to anyone who prepares a short, funny video for YouTube, which communicates a clear message about clean energy and/or green…

  • Apply for the 2012 GenerationOn Youth Advisory Council today

    GenerationOn is now seeking 12 youth (ages 13-18) who are passionate about making a difference in their communities for the next generationOn Youth Advisory Council. These 12 youth leaders will act as ambassadors and advisors to generationOn and serve as role models for other youth in their communities. Eligibility (for Complete Eligibility, click here) You must: Be between 13-18 years old in September 2012. Be a middle or high school student (in…