Informative articles and infographics about why, how and where Ecosia plants trees.
Here are five easy things you can do to help the planet by shaking the structures harming our planet.
If you’ve already been using Ecosia across your personal devices, you might also have thought about the impact it could have if your entire organization did the same.
The science is clear: to avoid climate collapse, we mustn't surpass a global 2°C rise in temperatures. Two Green New Deal proposals, one in the US and another in the European Union, lay out a plan. But world leaders are watering them down.
While we cannot ignore the impact that the climate crisis is having on ecosystems and wildlife, we would be wise to understand the dire consequences it is having on our own health.
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.
A heat wave across the European continent is expected to put forests in Western and Central Europe under serious strain. In Germany, for example, about 97% of forests are not well equipped for a heating planet.
Climate justice is about understanding the root of how systems have been constructed to disproportionately affect certain communities.
Planting a tree may seem like an easy thing to do. But many things can go wrong in the process of reforestation. This is the Ecosia quick guide to tree-planting.
From the bushfires in Australia, to the slow destruction of the Amazon forest. Now more than ever, the world's forests need our attention.
The renewed interest in carbon capture and geoengineering is a reaction to our failure to reduce emissions. But are these technologies safe?
It’s become difficult to avoid talking about the climate crisis – which might be a good thing. Here’s how you can change minds.