All the latest news from the tree-planting search engine.
It’s that time of the year again — no, not the jingle bells, the time where you’re looking for gifts. Our planting pop-up has what you (and the planet) need!
A drop in ad revenue and delayed planting due to social distancing measures have led us to slow down our tree counter – but not for long.
Voting in the US election this year is a crucial opportunity to vote for the climate. Ecosia can't vote, but what we can do is donate the revenue from all US searches to Earthjustice. Here's why.
This makes it even easier to plant trees while browsing and searching the web.
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 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.
Over the last decade, Google has become one of the most monopolistic organisations in human history.
On October 23rd, the European Parliament will cast their final vote on the reform of the European Common Agricultural Policy. The reform is insufficient and brings us further away from the European Green Deal.
Jamie, the 23-year-old co-founder of TreeCard, talks to us about launching an ethical FinTech product, his first ever business (it started in school) and his love of David Attenborough.
We’re excited to announce TreeCard — a wooden debit card that lets you plant Ecosia trees with your everyday payments.
Young people’s grassroots activism has ushered in a new era of climate action. In an effort to amplify the work of youth climate activists on the front lines of the climate battle, we’ve partnered with Earth Uprising.