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.
Finding alternatives to palm oil monocultures to fight deforestation and safeguard orangutan habitats.
Dubbed the farm of the world, Brazil’s forests have been cleared mostly to satisfy worldwide meat consumption. Your trees here protect 60% of Brazil’s endangered species of animals and plants.
The European Commission could still withdraw the CAP. But whether that happens could depend on how much pressure we put, not just on the EU, but on the member states.
The science is clear: to avoid climate collapse, we mustn't surpass a global 2°C rise in temperatures. Two Green New Deal proposals, one in the US and another in the European Union, lay out a plan. But world leaders are watering them down.
On October 23rd, the European Parliament will cast their final vote on the reform of the European Common Agricultural Policy. The reform is insufficient and brings us further away from the European Green Deal.
The way we are cultivating crops nowadays is not sustainable. It’s not good for us and it’s not good for wildlife or the planet. Here’s how Regenerative Agriculture could change everything.
Last year, Brazil lost about 310,000 acres of biodiverse forest land. In 2020, we’re on the same tragic track. Here's how you can help.