Earth Echo International Virtual Events

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I love these virtual field trips because they connect educators with the world’s top conservation research scientists and resource management experts. Educators can dive into exciting new places and topics with this great online STEM exploration series. And, it’s a great way to learn about what it takes to start a career in conservation science or to inspire educators and students to take action on a variety of environmental challenges! And every event is streamed live using Zoom, recorded and posted on Earth Echo’s YouTube channel, and includes classroom supplemental resources so educators can easily incorporate the events into on-going classroom learning.

Two sub divers over a coral reef

Earth Echo International, a nonprofit organization founded by Philippe and Alexandra Cousteau, hosts a series of Virtual Events throughout the school year to engage students with the world's top conservation research scientists and resource management experts.  Educators can dive into exciting new places and topics with this great online STEM exploration series.  And, it’s a great way to learn about what it takes to start a career in conservation science or to inspire educators and students to take action on a variety of environmental challenges. Every event is streamed live using Zoom, recorded and posted on Earth Echo’s YouTube channel, and includes classroom supplemental resources so educators can easily incorporate the events into on-going classroom learning.