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World Water Monitoring Day 2020

September 3, 2020

Nearly 800 million people worldwide lack access to safe drinking water and every two minutes, a child dies from a water-related disease. This statistic was true before the start of a global pandemic and likely became worse in recent months. But we can do better. Whether the challenge is water scarcity due to climate change, access to clean water and sanitation, building affordable, resilient infrastructure, or simply connecting citizens to the water that sustains them, solutions require strong leadership, innovation, and collaboration. While the scale of the global water crisis seems overwhelming, we have the solutions at hand...we CAN “Solve Water” and that should be a call to action for each of us! That’s why we need each one of YOU to join EarthEcho International in September as we celebrate World Water Monitoring Day (September 18) with a week full of activities to connect to water resources and inspire action.

Three Winning Youth Teams Announced for the OurEcho Biodiversity Challenge

August 7, 2020

A new group of environmental champions are stepping forward to take action for the health of our planet! EarthEcho International and Aramco today announced the three middle school teams selected as the grand prize winners of the OurEcho Challenge. The winning teams were part of the new competition that equips U.S. middle school students to tackle the decline in biodiversity by proposing solutions to support robust ecosystems at a community level. 

Tres jóvenes galapagueños seleccionados para formar parte del “Consejo de Liderazgo Juvenil Internacional”

July 23, 2020

--Celebrity Cruises y EarthEcho mantienen una alianza en Galápagos para empoderar a una nueva generación de defensores ambientales en las islas-- - Los programas de liderazgo juvenil se enfocan en la Salud del Océano, la Calidad del Agua y la Biodiversidad--

OurEcho Challenge 10 Finalist Teams Announced

June 22, 2020

“The EarthEcho team is proud and excited to introduce these dedicated, emerging youth leaders and their mentors who make up the final ten OurEcho Challenge teams,” said EarthEcho International founder Philippe Cousteau, Jr. “Their projects represent the hope and ingenuity of a generation who are working to protect and restore the natural resources we depend on for every aspect of a healthy and sustainable society. We can’t wait to see their final presentations.” 

June 2020 The Echo

June 17, 2020

We are grateful to the supporters and partners who have connected with us recently as we have worked to ensure EarthEcho continues its work as a leading environmental education organization that is committed to antiracism and environmental justice.

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