Your trees in Uganda provide income, water and stability for local people.
Why would we plant trees to cut them down again? Find out in our newest video from Uganda.
If not plastic tubes and bags, what other material could we use to grow millions of tree saplings around the world?
Your trees in Uganda provide a living sanctuary to our closest living relative – chimpanzees.
50 million trees means 2.5 million tonnes of CO2 removed from the atmosphere. But it means so much more…
Ecosia's first mini-documentary tells the story of our reforestation project in Uganda, and the lives it has changed.
We met Moses in Uganda while visiting our reforestation project. The nursery he's managing there helps to sustain the local chimp population.
The world is really interesting. We were reminded of this a few months ago in Uganada as we were walking toward one of Ecosia's nurseries.
Some success stories begin with failures.
Pieter sat down with primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall to talk chimpanzees, forest corridors and why we need to change attitudes.