What’s intersectional environmentalism? A conversation with Aditi Mayer

Climate justice is about understanding the root of how systems have been constructed to disproportionately affect certain communities.


Water security is climate justice. How your trees in Kenya help

Learn why more and more people lack access to clean water and why trees could help.


Ecosia users have planted 100 million trees: a milestone and a beginning!

100 million trees tackle the climate crisis by removing 1771 tonnes of CO2 every day. But it means so much more than that.


Diversity within environmentalism is not new, it’s just been erased

The Environmental Justice movement is one of the most critical movements within environmentalism. So why isn’t it more widely spoken about?


Why forward-thinking organizations are switching to Ecosia to plant change

Want your organization to switch to Ecosia and to help us plant the next 100 million trees faster than ever before?


We are now 200% renewable! Why Ecosia loves solar

As of today, Ecosia is not just producing enough solar energy to power all Ecosia searches with renewables – we are producing twice as much.

Tree Updates

Tree-Planting Update: Episode 25 [Bonus!]

Welcome to our twenty-fifth tree update, this time with a view behind the scenes of how Ecosia counts your trees. Oh, and we are now five people in the tree team!


For Social Entrepreneurs: Lessons Learned in Resilience from Ecosia’s Founder

For the entrepreneurs struggling to get through the COVID-19 crisis: advice & lessons in resilience from Ecosia’s founder.

Burkina Faso

Forests are disappearing. We need to revive the forest within us: a movie

Our tree-planting partners in Burkina Faso have made a movie entirely filmed around the sites where your searches plant trees. A movie about the fate of the Sahel’s forests and its people.


How Ecosia protects your privacy online

We’re interested in trees, not your data. Why Ecosia is not creating a personal profile of you, and how Ecosia compares to other search engines.


Improving access to nature for all is vital for our post COVID-19 collective health and wellbeing

During COVID-19 the benefits of spending time in nature have become crystal clear. But it has also highlighted wide disparities. Here’s why we need to prioritize improved access and equal distribution of environmental benefits, resources and opportunities for everyone.


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