COP28 might sound like satire, but it’s real. That’s why, at the outset of COP28, we got together with climate activists to hold COP28 accountable.
Why would we plant trees to cut them down again? Find out in our newest video from Uganda.
Ecosia might not look as expected, but you can still use your search bar as usual. We’re on it!
We're always working on improving your search experience and helping you have a bigger impact with Ecosia. Here's what's new.
Welcome to Tree Update 38, this time from Borneo and Sumatra, in Indonesia.
This commitment means we’re amping up our focus on wildfire prevention and restoration. Here’s why and how we’re doing this.
With wildfires on the increase around the world, a creative approach to managing this problem is being trialed in Ghana.
The Climate Majority Project is aiming to bring serious climate action into the mainstream.
The Green Equity Collective is a network of U.S. community-based organizations that are centered on climate justice, and which will receive annual, unrestricted funding support from Ecosia.
A conversation with Daze Aghaji, whose work focuses on wellbeing and building a sense of collective agency through strong, supportive, regenerative cultures.
We joined forces with Bronx is Blooming to support urban tree equity and environmental justice in New York City.
What are some of the ways in which AI could be applied to tackle climate change? And is there a catch?