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Ecosia
yesterday at 09:00. Facebook
There is no greater lesson for us than the one we learn from the communities on the ground. Like in Yilou, Burkina Faso, where they taught us that it is the power of a tight community that is bringing the tree planting project forward. Thanks for teaming up with us.
Ecosia
12/06/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
We just came back from visiting the inspiring communities planting trees in Mahajanga, Madagascar. This is the first nursery financed through your searches:
Ecosia
12/05/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
The San Martin region in Peru holds a big chunk of the Amazon forest, a hotspot of biodiversity. Once ruled by the drug mafia, it suffered intensive deforestation for the production of cocaine. Now, farmers have created an agroforestry system that will help reforest and protect the Amazon in Peru:

Ecosia Blog: How farmers in Peru are protecting the Amazon forest

blog.ecosia.org
Ecosia
12/02/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
Underneath the soil lie two thirds of earth’s species. The key to their survival are big, healthy trees that can provide shade from the sun, pump water back and forth along with important minerals. Less trees means less of that, which means barren soils. That’s why we plant trees.
Ecosia
12/01/2016 at 09:00. Facebook
Ifa can earn an income of her own thanks to the planting of trees. She sells the fruits of the trees in the local market and can then invest in her and her family's health in return. That's why we empower people to plant trees.
Ecosia
11/30/2016. Facebook
Another example of an inspiring community leading the way: "Gaviti and his fellow farmers are more than an economic success. They are a climate success too. Agriculture is the world’s second largest emitter of gases such as CO2 that cause climate change. But the villagers’ trees have been drawing carbon from the atmosphere for years"

Indian farmers fight against climate change using trees as a weapon

theguardian.com
Ecosia
11/29/2016. Facebook
Greetings from Madagascar, where your searches are helping us support the building of a green belt that is key to the protection and survival of Lemur species like this little fella we recently met:
Ecosia
11/28/2016. Facebook
Lilengo is a small town in Burkina Faso; one of 196 countries in the world. But every single child brought back to school is worth the common effort of her community, our planting partners and your change of habit to Ecosia.
Ecosia
11/25/2016. Facebook
"Old habits die hard" they say. But you gave yours up for Ecosia, to plant trees, which brings prosperity; that means less worries, which means more smiles. Thanks for giving.
Ecosia
11/25/2016. Facebook
"This is a film about forests. This is also a film about you" - about the healing power of trees. Thanks for helping us plant them. And now go enjoy your weekend :)
Ecosia
11/24/2016. Facebook
Pieter, Ecosia’s Tree Planting Officer, is on his way to visit our planting programs in Madagascar. Here is a short introduction to our sites there. Stay tuned for more, fresh stories in the upcoming weeks:
Ecosia
11/23/2016. Facebook
More trees = better soils = more food for the population. And you're contributing to this, with your searches and spreading the word. Thank you!
Ecosia
11/22/2016. Facebook
Every tree you help us plant makes people smile.
Like here in Madagascar :) Learn more at: [ Ecosia.org Link ]
Ecosia
11/21/2016. Facebook
Arcadio’s parents too made a living out of forest goods. But he wants to do it better. Him and his community are fully committed to a sustainable use of their soils, plants and forests.
Ecosia
11/20/2016. Facebook
Read, share, do something:
"To accept this political order as a desperately sad but immovable new normal means accepting that the Earth will burn and there’s nothing we can do. This cannot be borne. In practical terms, this means picking winnable fights, showing solidarity, and being visible"

We can fix climate change, but only if we refuse to abandon hope | Zoe Williams

theguardian.com
Ecosia
11/19/2016. Facebook
"The average person walks 7,500 steps per day. At that rate, you can actually walk around the world 5 times in your lifetime" - Stunning visualisation that reminds us to walk more and use less cars for the sake of the environment.

This Map Shows The World's Longest Walks

expertsure.com
Ecosia
11/18/2016. Facebook
This is what you see today in Mahajamba, Madagascar. Your searches will help the population reforest this mangrove site which will bring all kinds of benefits to people, the environment and animals: [ Ecosia.org Link ]
Ecosia
11/17/2016. Facebook
An interactive graph that goes through all plausible explanations for why the earth is warming. Who is right? Climate change deniers or scientists' observations of a (mostly) human-caused earth warming?

What's Really Warming the World?

bloomberg.com
Ecosia
11/16/2016. Facebook
If you were a young tree in one of Ecosia's planting sites in Burkina Faso, this is what you would see. Yes, it's a bit warm but thanks to the half-moon shaped pit you're in, you have actually drank all the water you need during the last rainfall and now feel energised.
Ecosia
11/15/2016. Facebook
“It’s not that planting trees is giving us food or money today. It’s making sure we can give both of it to ourselves today, tomorrow, forever”, she told us.