In 2019 climate news has been both exasperating and inspiring: from the Amazon Fires to Greta Thunberg and Fridays for Future. At Ecosia, this year we planted 35 million trees but 2020 will be our biggest year yet. Will you join us?
For Ecosia’s 10th year since its founding, we asked its CEO and creator your 10 most frequently asked questions.
On November 29th 2019 Fridays for Future is calling for a global climate strike. This is why it's important to join global climate strikes - again and again.
Your searches in Spain are helping restore the soils of a country that holds 54% of Europe's plant and animal species.
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.
Piet Abik imagined a better future for his palm oil dependant community. So he did one thing nobody had done before: he started a conversation.
In the face of a climate breakdown, Extinction Rebellion has 3 clear demands and 10 principles everyone can easily follow. Learn how to be a (peaceful!) climate rebel.
The Amazon Fires have sparked an important question: who is responsible for protecting the world's forests?
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.
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?
Meet some of the more than 300 organizations within PACTO, Ecosia's tree-planting partners in Brazil.