Trees – if planted in the right way – play a crucial role in regenerating ecosystems and supporting local communities. Learn more about Ecosia's projects, the difference between monocultures and mixed forests, and how trees can change lives.
What our American tree-planting partners think about the new US Climate Bill.
Planting the right tree in the right place and in the right way looks different across Ecosia’s projects. But when trees play ecological and economic roles in restoration, both local communities and trees tend to thrive.
For the women of Shagra, the income from the sale of the amber-like raw material improves their livelihoods as well as their role within their families and villages.
This is the third episode of Climate Brief, an original Ecosia YouTube series. This time: why trees are so important.
Your trees restore biodiversity all the while promoting better livelihoods for local communities.
Even though we've long known that forests and trees have been threatened, they are still not getting the attention they deserve.
Your trees in Nigeria are providing opportunities for inclusive rural development.
The Terwilliger Fire, in the South Fork McKenzie Basin, was particularly destructive. But help is here.
Your trees in Mexico are helping restoring vital ecosystems.
Climate change does not affect everyone equally. Watch this video to learn more about how Ecosia’s tree-planting partners empower women.
With the right support, we can restore 10 million hectares along the Great Green Wall, and monitor the entire project.
Despite all the pain the world went through in 2020, Ecosians turned this into the year of the forest.