Quantcast

Advertising

EcoWatch is a leading media company focusing on environmental news, green living, sustainable business, science and politics. Connect with EcoWatch's highly educated, engaged, affluent and eco-conscious readers by launching an advertising campaign on our site today.

Advertising opportunities include banner ads on the website and daily email, native ads and dedicated email blasts. Contact advertising@ecowatch.com for advertising rates and sponsorship packages.

We build long-term strategic partnerships with businesses aligned with our mission to creatively market companies' products, services and brands to our growing green community.

EcoWatch is 1% for the Planet member. We are thrilled to be a part of a growing number of companies that leverage the power of business to solve environmental and social problems.

We are at the forefront of uniting all shades of green to ensure the health and longevity of our planet.

We look forward to working with you.

Show Comments ()
Climate
Plastic waste is bulldozed at a landfill. Needpix

The Myth About Recycling Plastic? It Works

The plastic recycling model was never economically viable, but oil and gas companies still touted it as a magic solution to waste, selling the American public a lie so the companies could keep pushing new plastic.

Keep reading... Show less
Health + Wellness
54% of parents with school-age children expressed concern that their children could fall behind academically, according to a poll conducted over the summer of 2020. Maria Symchych-Navrotska / Getty Images

Few U.S. Students Repeat a Grade but That Could Change Due to COVID-19

By Pamela Davis-Kean

With in-person instruction becoming the exception rather than the norm, 54% of parents with school-age children expressed concern that their children could fall behind academically, according to a poll conducted over the summer of 2020. Initial projections from the Northwest Evaluation Association, which conducts research and creates commonly used standardized tests, suggest that these fears are well-grounded, especially for children from low-income families.

Keep reading... Show less
Health + Wellness
A teenager reads a school English assignment at home after her school shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic on March 22, 2020 in Brooklyn, New York. Andrew Lichtenstein / Corbis via Getty Images

Teen Depression Was Already a Problem; The Pandemic Could Be Making It Worse

The pandemic has affected everyone, but mental health experts warn that youth and teens are suffering disproportionately and that depression and suicide rates are increasing.

Keep reading... Show less
Politics
In an ad released by Republican Voters Against Trump, former coronavirus task force member Olivia Troye roasted the president for his response. Republican Voters Against Trump / YouTube

Former Pence Aid Endorses Biden, Says Trump Cared More About Re-election Than Stopping Coronavirus

Yet another former Trump administration staffer has come out with an endorsement for former Vice President Joe Biden, this time in response to President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Keep reading... Show less
Climate
Climate Group

5 Virtual Events to Check Out This Climate Week NYC

Every September for the past 11 years, non-profit the Climate Group has hosted Climate Week NYC, a chance for business, government, activist and community leaders to come together and discuss solutions to the climate crisis.

Keep reading... Show less
Climate
A field of sunflowers near the Mehrum coal-fired power station, wind turbines and high-voltage lines in the Peine district of Germany on Aug. 3, 2020. Julian Stratenschulte / picture alliance via Getty Images

Germany's New Climate Charter: What Will It Change?

By Elliot Douglas

The coronavirus pandemic has altered economic priorities for governments around the world. But as wildfires tear up the west coast of the United States and Europe reels after one of its hottest summers on record, tackling climate change remains at the forefront of economic policy.

Keep reading... Show less
Animals
Monarch butterflies in Mexico's Oyamel forest in Michoacan, Mexico after migrating from Canada. Luis Acosta / AFP / Getty Images

Monarch Butterflies’ Spectacular Migration Is at Risk – An Ambitious Plan Aims to Save It

By D. André Green II

One of nature's epic events is underway: Monarch butterflies' fall migration. Departing from all across the United States and Canada, the butterflies travel up to 2,500 miles to cluster at the same locations in Mexico or along the Pacific Coast where their great-grandparents spent the previous winter.

Keep reading... Show less
Popular
The 30th First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony on Sept. 17 introduced ten new Ig Nobel Prize winners, each intended to make people "laugh then think." Improbable Research / YouTube

Ig Nobel Award Winners Include Researchers Who Listened to Alligators on Helium

The annual Ig Nobel prizes were awarded Thursday by the science humor magazine Annals of Improbable Research for scientific experiments that seem somewhat absurd, but are also thought-provoking. This was the 30th year the awards have been presented, but the first time they were not presented at Harvard University. Instead, they were delivered in a 75-minute pre-recorded ceremony.

Keep reading... Show less

Most Read

More Stories

mail-copy

The best of EcoWatch, right in your inbox. Sign up for our email newsletter!