Trees

Discover our reforestation projects, as well as the wonderful people who make them happen.

Facts

How to read a landscape (and why it’s important to learn how to do so)

If you look at the landscape around you: would you be able to tell whether the environment is suffering; whether the trees you see are healthy or the soil you’re walking on is still fertile?

Fátima
Trees

The tree-planters behind your searches in Brazil

Meet some of the more than 300 organizations within PACTO, Ecosia's tree-planting partners in Brazil.

Fátima
Facts

Do Ecosia’s trees survive?

Ecosia's trees grow in the world’s harshest places. Here's how we protect them from being cut down.

Joshi
Ethiopia

Travel diary: returning to Ethiopia

During our recent trip to Ethiopia, we saw how your searches have a profound effect on the people living there.

Trudie
Tree Updates

Tree-Planting Update: Episode 18

This tree update was filmed somewhere special: in a forest managed by Peter Wohlleben, the world’s top forester!

Pieter
Trees

How trees reduce air pollution

Air pollution is the topic for this year's World Environment Day. Most countries exceed dangerous levels, but there’s a natural remedy.

Trudie
Tree Updates

Tree-Planting Update: Episode 17

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.

Pieter
News

25,000 trees for Fridays for Future!

Every Friday, young people around the world strike for the climate. Here's how Ecosia is supporting the Fridays for Future movement.

Fátima
Trees

Why trees are the solution to palm oil: a documentary

Palm oil is the most ubiquitous product in our industry. Finding alternatives to palm oil is not easy. Is boycotting a solution?

Fátima
Senegal

How trees brought back Senegal’s national dish: with recipe

Forests and farms can coexist, and even help each other thrive. In Senegal, this has led to the return of a famous stew.

Joshi
Palm oil

Why is palm oil bad for the environment?

There is no such thing as a bad tree, but the way humans plant them can lead to problems.

Fátima
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