EarthEcho Youth Action Network

Join us on November 19 for an EarthEcho Youth Action Network 
Meet-Up: Biodiversity Blastoff - Countdown to COP15

Youth leaders play a key role in mobilizing action to protect biodiversity and address the climate crisis. The United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity COP15 event in Montreal this December is a critical opportunity for countries to commit to protecting 30% of the ocean by 2030 (30x30) and establish a global framework to protect biodiversity.

Join young ocean advocates, the EarthEcho team, and our partners on November 19 at 11am EDT for a special Youth Action Network Meet-Up: Biodiversity Blast Off – Countdown to COP15. Through this free, virtual event, you’ll learn more about the UN Convention on Biological Diversity and the importance of advancing the 30x30 ocean goal, while taking direct action with your peers to amplify the urgent need for meaningful ocean protection. Register by November 18!


EarthEcho’s Youth Action Network unites young environmental leaders connected to EarthEcho’s work building a global youth movement to protect and restore our ocean planet. This growing community provides young people worldwide with:

As a member of EarthEcho's Youth Action Network 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.
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OceanEcho 30x30

OceanEcho 30x30 is a new initiative led by EarthEcho International’s Youth Leadership Council, supported by the La Mer Blue Heart Oceans Fund and Ocean Defense Initiative, a project of Resources Legacy Fund. This initiative is designed to amplify the collective impact of youth-led action to protect 30% of our world's ocean by 2030 through education and advocacy campaigns, active engagement in ocean policy, and direct coastal restoration efforts.

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.

Join the conversation with #OceanEcho30x30