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EarthEcho YLC Presents at IMPAC5

February 21, 2023

EarthEcho Youth Leadership Council members Amelia Fortgang and Maanit Goel joined EarthEcho staff and partners at the 5th International Marine Protected Area Congress in Vancouver, Canada.

Philippe Cousteau Jr's EarthEcho International Launches OurEcho Challenge for UK Schools & Young People to Help Reduce Biodiversity Loss

February 2, 2023

Phillippe Cousteau Jr’s EarthEcho International is launching the inaugural OurEcho Challenge competition in the United Kingdom, challenging teams of students, years 6-10, to help tackle the global decline in biodiversity. Teams are invited to get hands-on by identifying threats to natural resources in their own communities, then develop innovative solutions to combat those threats. UK project grants from £1,000 to £5,000 will be awarded to the top three scoring teams.

Teacher Spotlight Guest Blog: Making Global Connections by Allen Tsui

January 30, 2023

Allen is a school teacher who have lived and worked in London all of his life. Before becoming a teacher, he was an Administrator for a Government Department for nearly 24 years. During that time, he oversaw the technological transformation of the workplace from standalone monochrome PCs using floppy disk drives to backup data to the installation of an 8,500 terminal connections Wide Area Network. Allen has been a teacher since 2012 and became Head of Computer Science at the schools he works for in September 2020. He is passionate about using technology for teaching and learning across all school subjects.

Youth Leaders Partner with Philippe Cousteau, Jr's EarthEcho International to Advance the Expansion of Marine Protected Areas

December 8, 2022

Announcing the 2022 OceanEcho 30x30 Fellows! Through this experience, six young leaders will receive training and support to lead impactful campaigns advancing community-led marine protected areas and the 30x30 goal in the US.

Winning Advice from Previous OurEcho Challenge Team

November 28, 2022

We recently heard from 2020 OurEcho Challenge 2nd place winners, Team Super Plants from Proof School in San Francisco, CA, USA. Here is their advice for students entering this year's OurEcho Challenge.