CEO and founder
Like many, I am distraught at the destruction wrought by Putin's attack on Ukraine. And I wonder what we at Ecosia can do to help.
Over the last decade, Google has become one of the most monopolistic organisations in human history.
Last week, our good friends at the alternative search engine Cliqz announced they would have to close it down.
Chrome has added Ecosia as an official search engine option in 47 countries worldwide.
Android users deserve to choose their favorite search engine. Google’s decision to sell that choice to the highest bidders is unethical and anti-competitive.
Installs of Ecosia have increased by a 1000% in only a week. The Amazon fires have brought Ecosia much attention and we are responding to the trust our (new) users put in us by increasing our efforts in Brazil.
Climate marches and nonviolent civil disobedience are necessary. Ecosia supports its employees with a new climate leave policy.
Google wants other search engines to pay to become a default option in Android. Here's why we're saying no.
Because we believe that the world would be a better place if more businesses were driven by a meaningful cause instead of greed.
What ten-year-old me didn’t realise is that the huge machines and the tidy monotony of the fields were part of the world's biggest problem.
Yesterday, we made RWE an offer to buy the 12,000 year old Hambach Forest from them for €1 million.
Let's do what we can to conserve the Hambacher forest, a 12,000-year-old ecosystem in the West of Germany.