Saving Brazil's Atlantic Forest, one search at a time.
The Amazon Fires have sparked an important question: who is responsible for protecting the world's forests?
Installs of Ecosia have increased by a 1000% in only a week. The Amazon fires have brought Ecosia much attention and we are responding to the trust our (new) users put in us by increasing our efforts in Brazil.
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.
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.
This tree update was filmed somewhere special: in a forest managed by Peter Wohlleben, the world’s top forester!
Only half a year after his election, Brazil's president is rapidly delivering on his unsettling campaign promises regarding the Amazon.
50 million trees means 2.5 million tonnes of CO2 removed from the atmosphere. But it means so much more…
The fires are often started on purpose – and illegally – by cattle farmers trying to expand their pastures.
Your searches in Brazil support an umbrella organization of over 300 tree-planting projects.
The election of Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil is generally problematic for his ambiguous position on protecting the Amazon.