CEO and founder
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.
At Ecosia, we’re not only concerned with running on clean energy; we want to actively remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to tackle climate change.
If you are already a happy Ecosia user and would like to help us plant even more trees, here's what you can do.
2015 was Ecosias’s most impactful year yet since its founding six years ago.
Our users remind us every day that the world would be a slightly better place if business models that give something back to society weren’t the exception, but the norm.
Being a changemaker is not easy. It takes guts to stand up for something you believe in, look ridiculous, and keep listening to skeptics hab
Transparency means a lot to us at Ecosia, which is why we’re now publishing monthly business reports. These present a basic breakdown of ou
Impact over profit. That’s what Ecosia promised when it was founded in 2009. Now it’s official: Ecosia has become a Certified B Corp as reco