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Ecosia turns 10

Ecosia is 10 years old today! To celebrate our birthday we’re looking back at our major milestones.

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20 firms are behind a third of all carbon emissions. They're now highlighted on Ecosia.

Ecosia will highlight fossil fuel companies that are driving the climate crisis.

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Ecosia on Campus: Meet the students planting 100k trees

Ecosia on Campus is growing and reaching even more universities this academic term. Can we reach our ambitious goal?

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Good news for the planet: we'll plant more trees than ever

Ecosia’s growth is through the roof. This means that we’ll be able to plant more trees than ever. Here's how we'll reshape the industry.

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How to be a climate rebel: Ecosia at Extinction Rebellion

In the face of a climate breakdown, Extinction Rebellion has 3 clear demands and 10 principles everyone can easily follow. Learn how to be a (peaceful!) climate rebel.

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After the Amazon Fires: who protects the world's forests?

The Amazon Fires have sparked an important question: who is responsible for protecting the world's forests?

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Ecosia joins the Global Climate Strike: in pictures

All over the world, schools and workplaces were left empty today as millions of people went on strike for the climate.

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Introducing Green Search: make better decisions

Ecosia is the world's first search engine that helps you make better informed decisions. Here's how!

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Join Ecosia on September 20 for the global climate strike!

On September 20th, millions of us will leave our homes, schools and workplaces to strike for the future of our planet.

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2+1 million trees for Brazil

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.

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Why is Brazil's Amazon Forest burning up?

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.

Fátima
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