Echo Active is a community for nature lovers. We connect people who care about their environment and want to help protect it, raise awareness about threatened species and ecosystems, and promote sustainable, ecofriendly businesses.
Want to get involved?
Help us raise awareness about a threatened species or ecosystem, create a page about an issue you care about or a group you work with. Find out more.
Our business partners include organic retailers, wildlife sanctuaries and tour operators and accommodation providers in areas affected by logging, mining or other development. If you work in any of these fields, join for free as a Business Partner.
Echo Active members get year-round discounts of 10% or more from our partners and help us create campaigns about species they care about. Click to find out more.
Who Are We?
Echo Active is run by David Hack, photographer, traveller and nature lover. David has worked as a lawyer, in government and has run a tutoring agency. He's volunteered with the Wilderness Society and MyEnvironment, a group based in the Victorian Central Highlands that supports the creation of a Great Forest National Park. David lives in Melbourne and regularly visits Toolangi, an area threatened by logging and home of the Leadbeater's Possum.