A recent protest on Dartmoor is arguing for people’s right to nature
What if environmental work could actually be good both for both the planet and the economy? Meet Marcela in Brazil.
Ecosia and a host of environmental-focused businesses, including Patagonia, have submitted a letter to the EU to call on the European Parliament and Commission to expand its upcoming regulation on deforestation.
We’ve updated your personal tree counter to make it even easier for you to keep track of your impact on Ecosia.
Protests, especially unpopular ones, can look like failures in the short-term. But evidence suggests that this isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
In this 36th tree update, we take you along on our tree monitoring trip in Madagascar. From the hilly south, across the dry north, to the muddy coast.
Dark mode has been your most requested feature — and for good reason. We’re very happy to announce it’s finally here.
In southern France, we are planting fire resistant native species around fire stations to shield them from future fires and raise awareness among local communities about wildfires and their causes.
We make it easier for you to be climate active while navigating the many claims made by governments and companies around the world.
What we can do is a series drawing inspiration from the changemakers of our time. Matthias Schmelzer is an activist-researcher on the topic of degrowth.
We’d like to share our perspective on what happened in Madagascar, what we learned, and what we’re doing now.
What our American tree-planting partners think about the new US Climate Bill.