We are on a mission to regenerate degraded landscapes, support rural communities and establish climate justice, one tree at a time. See for yourself!
In this 36th tree update, we take you along on our tree monitoring trip in Madagascar. From the hilly south, across the dry north, to the muddy coast.
In this episode of our Climate Brief series, we tell you everything about wildfires that you don’t hear about in the news – and how we can stop them.
Brazil is famous for the Amazon rainforest. But there is another rainforest that covers the east coast of Brazil – the Mata Atlântica.In this video, I hand it over to the tree planters working on the ground to show you agroforestry systems and forest corridors.
Climate anxiety is on the rise and many people are asking how to deal with feelings of despair, doom and grief. In this video, we share three steps to turn your climate anxiety into climate action.
Rampant deforestation is threatening Uganda’s natural forests. Wildlife, biodiversity and forest ecosystems are under immense pressure. In this episode, I take you on my journey through Uganda, as I monitor and learn from four of our tree-planting partners.
The climate in this part of Tanzania has become too harsh for tree saplings to survive. Our Tanzanian tree-planting partner, the LEAD Foundation, knew it had to find another way to bring back trees.
Soil is fundamental to growing food and can play a huge role in carbon sequestration. Watch episode 2 of our Youtube series on regenerative agriculture, this time on the role of soil management in scaling small-scale farms.
For the first time in over a year and after following many safety precautions, the tree team has been able to visit your tree-planting projects in person. In this episode, Mélissa is on the ground from Tanzania.
Business as usual is not going to solve the world’s problems. Here are three ways Ecosia is changing the rules of business to help people and the planet.
Can food save the world? Watch episode 1 of our YouTube series on regenerative agriculture. In this episode: why small-scale farming can restore climate justice.
In Tree Update 32, we talk about how good tree planting means engaging the local community so they don’t just have an interest in planting trees, but also in not cutting them down again. How do we do this? That depends on the project and the place.
Is democracy too slow to achieve climate justice? We believe the contrary to be true. Only more democracy will save the climate. Watch episode 5 of Climate Brief, an Ecosia original series.