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To fulfill our mission, EarthScope has three main components:
In-depth study of critical environmental topics like habitat preservation, water
conservation, clean energy, "green" commerce, and advances in biotech.
• Most Critical Environmental Challenges statewide/globally (their causes and potential
• Cadillac Desert: California and the World’s Water Scarcity/Quality Dilemma
• Energy: The State of Energy Today and New Innovations in Energy Technology
• Sustainable Agriculture & Food & The Growing Bio-Technology (GMOs)
• Climate Change: Current Stats and New Technologies (Geo-engineering), The Key Role of
Plants (marine and land) to Atmospheric Conditions
• Species Loss and Extinction: Integrative Approaches
Site visits to local/regional environmental science, technology and sustainability organizations
like: Marin Clean Energy, California Academy of Natural Sciences, Sustainable Agriculture
Farms in West Marin, to name a few.
Training in Digital Recording Software and
We EarthScope Media supports individuals and organizations promoting environmental stewardship, global health and social responsibility.
We provide media and PR training for organizations and coalitions, as well as authors, spokespeople, and other leaders in sustainability.
Our workshops and consulting services are tailored to the specific needs of our clients, such as creating a PR campaign, refining and pitching a core message, and honing interview skills.
We also help broadcast our clients' news through our affiliate radio stations and other partners in our extensive network.
Radio Show and News Blog
EarthScope Media produces weekly radio stories on the environment, biotechnology, health and sustainability.
These shows are broadcast after the nationally syndicated show Living on Earth by our partner station KALW 91.7 and other local and national stations.
EarthScope also produces print news stories and social media content through Facebook, Twitter and our blog.
Academy for Sustainability & Communications
Our unique ASC program provides vocational training in communications and journalism for high school and college students in the San Francisco Bay Area.
ASC training is available to students of diverse economic and academic backgrounds, giving every graduate critical job skills, real-life experience, and advanced educational and vocational opportunities.
We offer after-school and summer sessions, as well as individualized in-class programs developed with teachers and school-to-career counselors.