World Water Monitoring Challenge is an international education and outreach program that builds public awareness and involvement in protecting water resources around the world by engaging citizens to conduct basic monitoring of their local water bodies.

In 2013, a total of 184,965 visits were made by participants to monitoring sites in 51 countries. We challenge you to test the quality of your waterways, share your findings, and protect our most precious resource!

2015 WWMC Launch


Philippe, Cousteau Jr. and EarthEcho International will launch the 2015 World Water Monitoring Challenge in Los Angeles, CA; Dallas, TX; and Washington, DC. 


The World Water Monitoring Challenge is made possible through the generous support of: 

    Legacy Foundation Fund 

    Xylem Inc. 


In addition, thank-you to the following organizations for supporting the 2015 Launch Week Events: 

     Christ the King School 

     Cisco WebEx 

     District of Columbia Water and Sewer 


     Hilton Worldwide 

     Mountains Recreation and Conservation  


     LaMotte Company 

     Stephanie & Chris Maxton-Graham 


     Patnership for Los Angeles Schools 

     Southwest Airlines 

     Trinity River Audubon Center 

Launch Events



Join Us For A Live Broadcast 

During the week of March 16 - 22, EarthEcho International's co-founder and president Philippe Cousteau, Jr. will lead water quality test demonstrations with participants from local schools, community organizations and environmental research centers around the US.  

Join us live through Cisco WebEx to ask questions and interact with Philippe and participants in Dallas, TX, and Washington, DC.

March 18, 2015, 2:00 PM CST 

Dallas, Texas 

Register Here 


March 19, 2015, 12:00 PM EST 

Washington, DC 

Register Here 








WWMC Calendar

April 2015>>

WWMC Event Fair/Festival Environmental Conference

New 2014 Deadline for Data Submissions!

Please note:

Submit data for 2014 by October 31st!

2013 World Water Monitoring Challenge Year in Review Now Available!

See how involving members of your community can make a difference!