EarthEcho Youth Action Network

Join us November 14 for an EarthEcho Youth Action Network Meet-up!

This summer, over 390 young environmental leaders from around the world united for the EarthEcho Youth Leadership Summit! YOUth (ages 13+) are invited to join this community through a virtual meet up on November 14 from 2pm-6pm Eastern Time. Connect and work with Philippe Cousteau, Andrea Kavanaugh, and Dr. Cassandra Brooks, as well as young conservation leaders in this global network including: Amelia Fortgang (USA), Ibrahi Rodriguez (Ecuador), Matovu Nkoba Ismael (Uganda), Veronica Cunitz (USA), and Merissa Naidoo (South Africa). 

Together we’ll dive into updates on 30x30 and efforts to create marine protected areas in Antarctica, gain leadership skills while networking with fellow attendees, and develop plans to implement your own community events on the importance of marine protected areas to execute in the coming months.  Space is limited – be sure to register today for this special event! 
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Join EarthEcho’s Youth Action Network and connect with young environmental leaders engaged in EarthEcho’s mission and work.

Through this growing community you'll have:

  • A platform to take collective action to address environmental challenges.
  • Access to a community of young environmental changemakers around the world.
  • Year-round opportunities to learn from and connect with the EarthEcho team and partner organizations.

Get Started - Sign-up to receive our Youth Action Network updates and opportunities.

Want to dive in deeper? Consider applying to become a Youth Leadership Council member or Water Challenge Ambassador, or join us for our annual EarthEcho Youth Leadership Summit!

Projects

Water Challenge Ambassadors 2019

With support from Xylem Watermark, the YLC created the EarthEcho Water Challenge Ambassadors, a leadership training program equipping young conservation leaders with the tools and resources needed to lead ongoing water quality monitoring efforts while educating their community about the importance of protecting local waterways.

Future in the Bag (#FITBag)

Supported by the Bezos Family Foundation program Students Rebuild and The Starbucks Foundation, Future in the Bag (#FITBag) is a community-centered campaign that provides resources and tools to empower young people to create reusable bag swap stations at local stores and create support for local plastic bag ordinances.

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