In Tree Update 32, we talk about how good tree planting means engaging the local community so they don’t just have an interest in planting trees, but also in not cutting them down again. How do we do this? That depends on the project and the place.
With the right support, we can restore 10 million hectares along the Great Green Wall, and monitor the entire project.
Welcome to Tree Update 28! This time we answered all of your questions that you sent to us on our social media channels.
Updates from your trees in Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana and Burkina Faso, including new satellite images of your trees!
Updates from your trees in Spain, India, Brazil and more. This is Tree Update 26!
I’ve spoken to tree-planters and firefighters on the ground, and they’ve already seen about 30% more fires in their region than last year. Why?
Welcome to our twenty-fifth tree update, this time with a view behind the scenes of how Ecosia counts your trees. Oh, and we are now five people in the tree team!
Welcome to my home, from where I recorded this twenty-fourth tree update respecting the lockdown imposed during the corona crisis.
Welcome to our twenty-third tree update, this time from Burkina Faso, where I went with Christian, Ecosia’s founder.
Welcome to Brazil! We visited some of the locations where the 3 million additional trees are being planted that we promised you after the Amazon fires of last year.
From Morocco, to Burkina Faso, Senegal and Spain - this is tree update 21 and the last one for this year.
Any tree planting organization that wishes to partner with Ecosia must pass a rigorous vetting process.