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Eric Eckl
Environmental Communication Consultant

Premium Author Eric Eckl

Falls Church, VA, USA

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I’m Eric Eckl, a water blogger and environmental communication consultant serving people like you. I have many years experience planning social marketing campaigns and other communications efforts — to raise awareness, raise money, influence policy, and change others’ habits.

I have appeared on CNN, been quoted in the New York Times, and raised millions of dollars for good causes. I frequently speak at technology, marketing, and environmental conferences.


ARTICLES BY ERIC ECKL


The massive water system failure in Massachusetts reveals a long hidden problem: the public is increasingly at risk because America's water pipes and treatment plants are worn out and falling apart. W...
Have you ever driven past a sign for a «Water Pollution Control Plant» and wondered what goes on there? A better question might be – who's paying to keep that plant going and how far behind are they o...
What do you call $6 billion that the U.S. government has invested in drinking water and wastewater treatment systems in 2010? A good start. It’s a good start towards ending the recession and a down pa...
Dog parks -- where your four legged friend can roam off the leash -- are the latest trend for county and city governments. Here are a few tips for enjoying these parks and "dooing" your duty to keep t...
Nothing makes a hard core green thumb madder than weeds in the lawn or garden. They're ugly. They compete for light, water, and nutrients. But if you treat those weeds with pesticides, you may acciden...
Tapwater. It's safe for you and your family, and it's healthier for the environment than bottled water. If you like the taste of some brand of bottled water, then go right ahead and enjoy. But if you ...
Have you ever seen this bumper sticker? "I strive to be the person my dog thinks I am." One way to live up to your dog's impression of you is to pick up your dog's poop when you are out walking. It's ...
There's something about the smell of water from a garden hose that just says "summer" to a green thumb. Here are a few tips on how to water your lawn and garden responsibly -- conserving water for fis...
There's a small handful of things you absolutely don't want to flush down the drain –old cooking grease, unused medicines, and household chemicals. When you dispose of these things improperly, you can...
The rain that falls on your yard helps nourish green and healthy grass. And the rain that runs off your yard ends up in the local creek. Here are three tips for how to mow your yard in an environmenta...
Saving water and saving money around the house is a snap if you follow these three simple tips. You'll feel great knowing that you are doing your part to help protect the environment, and have a littl...
Green grass and clean water -- removing dog doo from your yard is a simple step that you can take to have both.
Recent environmental issue surveys find that Americans now believe that stimulating the economy is more important than protecting the environment -- and yet other polls find that Americans reject th...
Electric utilities are seeking to build new coal-burning power plants in south Georgia. Get the facts on why these new plants would be dangerous -- and what you can do to stop them.
Despite overwhelming evidence that the Atlantic tuna is in big trouble and an aggressive campaign by ocean protection groups, the United Nations recently failed to take measures to protect it from ...








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