Find out how agriculture is connected to tree-planting and climate change, and explore innovative ways in which fields and forests can coexist.
Soil is fundamental to growing food and can play a huge role in carbon sequestration. Watch episode 2 of our Youtube series on regenerative agriculture, this time on the role of soil management in scaling small-scale farms.
Planting the right tree in the right place and in the right way looks different across Ecosia’s projects. But when trees play ecological and economic roles in restoration, both local communities and trees tend to thrive.
Can food save the world? Watch episode 1 of our YouTube series on regenerative agriculture. In this episode: why small-scale farming can restore climate justice.
Agribusiness has heavily altered ecosystems: modern agriculture contributes to around 10.5% of greenhouse emissions in the United States.
Farmer Manuel is over 60 years old and fully retired, yet he continues to plant trees. Not for himself, but for future generations.
The European Commission could still withdraw the CAP. But whether that happens could depend on how much pressure we put, not just on the EU, but on the member states.
The way we are cultivating crops nowadays is not sustainable. It’s not good for us and it’s not good for wildlife or the planet. Here’s how Regenerative Agriculture could change everything.
Can farming make space for nature? Farmer Miguel Ángel thinks it can. For his father, Miguel, this means he is now unlearning agricultural practices he has been applying for decades.
The GonneGirls want to prove that sustainable agriculture is not only perfectly feasible, but that it can feed entire communities.
Industrial agriculture depletes the soil, contaminates water, and harms biodiversity. But there are alternative ways of growing food.
These elections are crucial for the environment because the new European Parliament will have to decide on three main issues.