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Why is Brazil's Amazon Forest burning up?

A sense of insecurity reigns among environmental organizations in Brazil. Bolsonaro's policies are weakening the work of conservationists and threatening the Amazon Forest as a result.

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Facts

How to read a landscape (and why it’s important to learn how to do so)

If you look at the landscape around you: would you be able to tell whether the environment is suffering; whether the trees you see are healthy or the soil you’re walking on is still fertile?

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The tree-planters behind your searches in Brazil

Meet some of the more than 300 organizations within PACTO, Ecosia's tree-planting partners in Brazil.

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One million trees for Brazil

Since Bolsonaro's rise to power, deforestation in Brazil has drastically increased. As a reaction, Ecosia has committed to planting 1 million additional trees in Brazil.

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Facts

Top 10 books about the climate: Ecosia's selection

From novels to non-fiction, classics to modern writings: we’ve made a list of our favorite books on the climate.

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Brazil

Indigenous groups in Brazil: the threat of Bolsonaro

Only half a year after his election, Brazil's president is rapidly delivering on his unsettling campaign promises regarding the Amazon.

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25,000 trees for Fridays for Future!

Every Friday, young people around the world strike for the climate. Here's how Ecosia is supporting the Fridays for Future movement.

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European elections: why they’re important for the climate

These elections are crucial for the environment because the new European Parliament will have to decide on three main issues.

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Trees

Why trees are the solution to palm oil: a documentary

Palm oil is the most ubiquitous product in our industry. Finding alternatives to palm oil is not easy. Is boycotting a solution?

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Palm oil

Why is palm oil bad for the environment?

There is no such thing as a bad tree, but the way humans plant them can lead to problems.

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Peru

Deforestation in Peru: a slippery slope

Peru’s forests are disappearing. But there’s hope. Farmers who have never met are helping one another by reforesting their land.

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