At Ecosia, we plant trees where they're needed most. Browse through our tree-planting portfolio to learn where the trees stand, which species we plant, and what their impact is. And much more!
Finding alternatives to palm oil monocultures to fight deforestation and safeguard orangutan habitats.
Dubbed the farm of the world, Brazil’s forests have been cleared mostly to satisfy worldwide meat consumption. Your trees here protect 60% of Brazil’s endangered species of animals and plants.
There’s hardly a place more vulnerable to climate change than northern Burkina Faso. Planting trees here restores desertified land to its former fertility.
Our UK project improves access to nature by working with local organizations to plant thousands of trees on and around hospital grounds.
The increasing demand for cocoa is one of the main drivers of deforestation in many West African countries.
In Canada, Ecosia’s reforestation project is located within the Acadian Forest and focuses on restoring its historic diversity in areas that have been degraded by centuries of intensive land use.
Agriculture and trees can coexist! The result is more and better food, as well as increased climate resilience.
In Ethiopia, we work with local women’s groups and landless youth to plant trees that benefit rural communities.
Your trees in Uganda provide a living sanctuary to our closest living relative – chimpanzees.
Planting trees on and around farms has many benefits. In rural Rwanda, your trees prevent erosion, increase soil fertility and water retention, and ultimately lead to higher, more predictable yields.
In Bolivia, we plant trees in and around farms. This helps farmers adapt to challenging and unstable climatic conditions, thereby increasing their yields and incomes.