What if environmental work could actually be good both for both the planet and the economy? Meet Marcela in Brazil.
In this episode of our Climate Brief series, we tell you everything about wildfires that you don’t hear about in the news – and how we can stop them.
Brazil is famous for the Amazon rainforest. But there is another rainforest that covers the east coast of Brazil – the Mata Atlântica.In this video, I hand it over to the tree planters working on the ground to show you agroforestry systems and forest corridors.
Climate anxiety is on the rise and many people are asking how to deal with feelings of despair, doom and grief. In this video, we share three steps to turn your climate anxiety into climate action.
Can food save the world? Watch episode 1 of our YouTube series on regenerative agriculture. In this episode: why small-scale farming can restore climate justice.
Is democracy too slow to achieve climate justice? We believe the contrary to be true. Only more democracy will save the climate. Watch episode 5 of Climate Brief, an Ecosia original series.
Many climate movements and protests have started in recent years. But do climate movements actually work? Watch episode 4 of Climate Brief to find out.
This is the third episode of Climate Brief, an original Ecosia YouTube series. This time: why trees are so important.
In the past 50 years the world has lost about 60% of its original wildlife. Martin and Steve are wildlife patrols in Sumatra, Indonesia, helping protect the last place on Earth where elephants, rhinos and orangutans coexist in the wild.
Climate change does not affect everyone equally. Watch this video to learn more about how Ecosia’s tree-planting partners empower women.
Despite all the pain the world went through in 2020, Ecosians turned this into the year of the forest.
Farmer Manuel is over 60 years old and fully retired, yet he continues to plant trees. Not for himself, but for future generations.