Content Lead. Likes this planet.
Instead of aiming for neutrality, let’s look at the positive impact an organization could have.
In this 36th tree update, we take you along on our tree monitoring trip in Madagascar. From the hilly south, across the dry north, to the muddy coast.
We talked to Seth Godin about The Carbon Almanac, a book of facts about climate change.
We just planted our 150 millionth tree, but our work is just beginning. Today, we’re going all in. Here’s what that looks like — here’s our manifesto.
A video interview: In just one generation, Neema has seen the climate in her village dry up as a consequence of deforestation. Today, she plants trees in the heat so that future generations can sit in their shade — like she did as a child.
The climate in this part of Tanzania has become too harsh for tree saplings to survive. Our Tanzanian tree-planting partner, the LEAD Foundation, knew it had to find another way to bring back trees.
On Tuesday, the Ecosia community stepped up and showed what’s possible when we unite behind a common cause.
We’ll use 100% of our profits to fund firefighters in Brazil and plant trees in the US and Australia.
The Terwilliger Fire, in the South Fork McKenzie Basin, was particularly destructive. But help is here.
With Ecosia Trees, we’re encouraging other businesses to plant trees with us: the right species, in the right place, on a bigger-than-ever scale.
Here are five easy things you can do to help the planet by shaking the structures harming our planet.
Self-care is Earth-care! Plant trees by joining this mindfulness challenge