This Earth Month, Philippe Cousteau, Jr and EarthEcho International Open Opportunities for Youth Worldwide to be part of the Movement to Save our Ocean Planet

--Youth Leadership Council and Water Challenge Ambassador Applications Now Open --

April 11, 2022 -- EarthEcho International, a nonprofit dedicated to building a global youth movement to protect and restore our ocean planet, is looking for a new group of environmental champions to be part of the EarthEcho team. The EarthEcho Youth Leadership Council and the Water Challenge Ambassadors offer unique opportunities to collaborate with like-minded young people and to make an impact on the future of our planet. EarthEcho is accepting international applications for the Youth Leadership Council and applications from the United States for Water Challenge Ambassadors now through May 2.

“We look forward to welcoming a new group of emerging leaders to join a growing network of youth around the world who are reenergizing the environmental movement,” said EarthEcho International Founder Philippe Cousteau, Jr.

About The Youth Leadership Council

EarthEcho was founded on the belief that young people have the power to change the world. The Youth Leadership Council is a team of young environmental leaders, selected annually through a competitive application process, who play a key role in guiding EarthEcho’s education programs while developing and implementing campaigns to mobilize young people worldwide to protect our ocean planet. To learn more and to apply please visit:

About the Water Challenge Ambassadors Program

The EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassadors become community scientists and lead ongoing water quality monitoring efforts through the EarthEcho Water Challenge, a global water quality monitoring program that has engaged 1.6 million participants in 146 countries. Ambassadors collaborate with and learn from a network of young people passionate about protecting local waterways and lead events to educate their communities about the importance of waterway conservation.  To learn more and to apply please visit:

About EarthEcho International

EarthEcho International is a nonprofit dedicated to building a global youth movement to protect and restore our ocean planet, a critical part of creating a sustainable and equitable future for all. The organization was established by explorer and advocate Philippe Cousteau, Jr, in honor of his father, Philippe Cousteau Sr., and grandfather, legendary explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau. EarthEcho leverages adventure, storytelling, and STEM education to empower and inspire young people worldwide. EarthEcho reaches more than 2 million people in 146 countries, providing original content, immersive experiences and trusted resources free of charge for youth and the teachers and community leaders who work with them. Our signature programs equip individuals and groups to identify local needs, develop plans, and take action starting in their own communities.  

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