EarthEcho International Celebrates the Restoration of U.S. National Monuments!
EarthEcho youth leaders celebrate the restoration of protections for three U.S. national monuments!
AltaSea at the Port of Los Angeles, together with LA City Council District 15, is hosting its second annual Blue Hour, an event that will amplify and promote the benefits of a healthy ocean and growing blue economy, as well as educating the next generation on ocean exploration and conservation, through the work of world-class artists...Philippe Cousteau, Jr., co-founder of EarthEcho International, will accept the NextGen Award.
This October, the countries responsible for protecting the Southern Ocean will meet to vote on the creation of three marine protected areas covering almost 4 million square kilometers of ocean. Here, Philippe Cousteau calls for action—and invites you to join the chorus.
EarthEcho International announces the 2021 class of EarthEcho Youth Leadership Council members and Water Challenge Ambassadors.
Chris Parks, an artist with a reputation for creating vast expansive worlds and impossible to film visuals, without digital enhancement and known for his iconic works for Terrence Malick’s Tree of Life and Darren Aronofsky’s The Fountain as well as his groundbreaking 3D supervision on films such as Gravity, Fantastic Beasts and where to find them and Edge of Tomorrow, is teaming up with explorer, social entrepreneur and ocean advocate Philippe Cousteau, Jr. to auction off a series of Parks’s original fluid painting NFTs (Non-fungible Tokens). The proceeds will benefit the ocean conservation work of Cousteau’s environmental education nonprofit EarthEcho International.