Find out how your searches restore deserts and degraded landscapes in Burkina Faso, with help from our partner, Hommes et Terre.
In this tree-planting update, see how the forest is coming back in Indonesia, and how your trees are doing in Haiti and in Mali.
Each year, entire villages come together to dig seedbeds in half-moon formations. Saydou Kalaga is a driving force behind all of this.
A new project from Colombia and news about your trees in Burkina Faso and Peru. With a message from Jane Goodall.
50 million trees means 2.5 million tonnes of CO2 removed from the atmosphere. But it means so much more…
Before the rainy season, villagers dug seedbeds to prevent rain from running off. The results are breathtaking.
In this bonus episode of the Ecosia podcast, we take you behind the scenes of our reforestation projects in Burkina Faso and Ethiopia.
About a month ago, just before the rainy season, we visited our reforestation project in Burkina Faso. Here's what we saw.
Sawadogo is the women’s representative of Gongho, a village in northern Burkina Faso.
It’s been more than a year since thanks to your searches we started supporting a tree planting project in Burkina Faso.
We wanted to find out, and that’s why we conducted an interview with members of the communities of Lilengo and Béléhédé.
Your searches on Ecosia are bringing rainfall, lakes and rivers back to Burkina Faso in western Africa. The tree-planting program that we ar