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