Facts

The circular economy: is fast going out of fashion?

Runaway consumerism is trashing our planet. It's time to find an alternative.

Trudie
Country

Your trees in Spain

Your searches in Spain are helping restore the soils of a country that holds 54% of Europe's plant and animal species.

Fátima
Search Engine

20 firms are behind a third of all carbon emissions. They're now highlighted on Ecosia.

Ecosia will highlight fossil fuel companies that are driving the climate crisis.

Joshi
News

Ecosia on Campus: Meet the students planting 100k trees

Ecosia on Campus is growing and reaching even more universities this academic term. Can we reach our ambitious goal?

Fred
Country

Your trees in Ethiopia

In Ethiopia, we work with local women’s groups and landless youth to plant trees that benefit rural communities.

Trudie
Projects

Our project in the Usambara Mountains: an update

Any tree planting organization that wishes to partner with Ecosia must pass a rigorous vetting process.

Pieter
Country

Your trees in Brazil

Dubbed the farm of the world, Brazil’s forests have been cleared mostly to satisfy worldwide meat consumption. Your trees here protect 60% of Brazil’s endangered species of animals and plants.

Fátima
Podcast

How to stay sane in the age of climate change

More and more people are suffering from climate anxiety. In this podcast episode, we talk to a psychotherapist on how to cope.

Joshi
News

Good news for the planet: we'll plant more trees than ever

Ecosia’s growth is through the roof. This means that we’ll be able to plant more trees than ever. Here's how we'll reshape the industry.

Joshi
Trees

How one conversation started a silent revolution

Piet Abik imagined a better future for his palm oil dependant community. So he did one thing nobody had done before: he started a conversation.

Fátima
Money

Financial reports and tree-planting receipts

We love being transparent with you. That's why we publish monthly reports that show exactly how much money we made, and how we invest it.

Wolfgang

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