Ecosia is teaming up with Niantic to plant trees through Niantic’s monthly Community Days. This means that if you’re a Pokémon Go, Ingress, or Pikmin Bloom player, you may be able to plant trees with Ecosia just by playing outside.
Ecosia has a new tree-planting project with City Plants to fight urban tree inequity in Los Angeles. Ecosia is now supporting the Griffith Park Commonwealth Nursery to help local communities green redlined neighborhoods.
Samie Blasingame sat down with climate activist Imeh to learn more about her personal hopes for the year ahead.
In October of last year, we launched Ecosia’s first-ever youth microgrants fund. See who won and how to apply.
The relationship between language and the climate movement is often overlooked. This blindspot has many practical implications.
While the scientific consensus on climate change has gradually penetrated mainstream consciousness, privacy remains a topic that many of us attribute to a separate, and niche conversation.
Many of us have heard of the term “climate justice”, but it requires real effort and introspection to understand what it means, and then to act on it.
Industrial agriculture is one of the largest contributors of greenhouse gas emissions, and often involved environmental racism. How can we fix it?
You can contribute to a more stable and cleaner electricity grid by investing in solar energy.
What if we reevaluated our interactions with, and relationships to, the very trees and plants that we threaten to destroy, or use to breathe, and viewed them as having not only a stake, but an effect in and on human political decisions
We talked with Harriet Bradley from BirdLife Europe on the EU’s new Common Agricultural Policy, why it’s bad news for trees and the environment, and how you can help to withdraw it.
While we cannot ignore the impact that the climate crisis is having on ecosystems and wildlife, we would be wise to understand the dire consequences it is having on our own health.