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today at 09:00. Facebook
This was the Ecosia team in 2013. We’ve come a long way since Shannon, Greg, Christian, Piotr and Justus prepared the ground for a successful search engine that plants trees. And none of it would have worked without your trust, support and always honest feedback. Thank you, Ecosians, for proving that a better world is possible.

Meet the current team: [ Ecosia.org Link ]
01/13/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
#WhyTrees? (5/5)
Trees have the power to mitigate climate change: With a sustainable and fair business model based on tree planting, communities will make anything in their power to protect forests, their very source of income. This will have a positive effect on the worldwide climate (as well as on the preservation of flora and fauna).
01/12/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
Why trees? (4/5)
Around 25% of the world population relies on forest resources for their livelihoods. Planting trees makes soils more fertile for local populations to grow food as well as herbs for their cattle. Now they can also sell food & other forest goods in the local markets and invest the money in their health and future.
01/11/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
#WhyTrees? (3/5)
Trees restore water cycles. They take water from the ground and release it back into the atmosphere. Leaves also play an important role by catching rainfall, which then evaporates causing rain precipitations somewhere else (this is what scientists call evapo-transpiration).
01/10/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
#WhyTrees (2/5)
Trees restore barren soils. This little fella was planted in Burkina Faso with the help of your searches in mid 2015. It looks small from the outside but it is already growing roots that go about 2 meters deep. Thanks to these, it will start pumping ground water up and down along useful minerals for the benefit of other trees or plants around it and, with time, making the soil...
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01/09/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
#WhyTrees? (1/5)
Deforestation is among the top 5 biggest causes of climate change. Less trees means less CO2 absorption from the atmosphere. It means soils are left unprotected under the hot sunlight, eventually becoming barren and useless for both humans and nature.
01/08/2017. Facebook
Happy Weekend, dear Ecosians! If you are in need of something to cure the Sunday Blues and console you with 2016, this might be it:

Eight charts that show 2016 wasn't as bad as you think

01/07/2017. Facebook
“The ban of ivory trade is a great opportunity for China to show its commitment to its global responsibilities. It is necessary that we keep an eye on it to make sure China keeps its promise.”

In Banning Ivory Trade, China Saw Benefits for Itself, Too

01/06/2017. Facebook
WOW!!! Dear Ecosians, we just reached 6 million trees! This is how much the reforested area would equal.
01/05/2017. Facebook
We’re heading towards a sixth mass extinction due to human action. Since conservation efforts aren’t solving the problem, an Australian philosopher proposes giving property rights to wild animals:

Should Wild Animals Have Property Rights Over Their Habitats?

01/04/2017. Facebook
This is Mahajanga, in Madagascar. The different patches of trees disconnected from each-other are a consequence of deforestation. That's what we want to change: After growing for at least 3 months in nurseries, the trees will be planted into the earth to reconnect those natural forest corridors. These are vital for animal species - such as Lemurs - to travel back and forth in search for food...
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01/03/2017. Facebook
In case you didn’t know it already, we recommend NASA Climate Change Facts page. Especially important in these times of #PostTruth, it's a handy summary of all the facts scientists agree upon after decades of observation and gathering evidence.

Climate change evidence: How do we know?

01/02/2017. Facebook
More tree planting means more jobs for their parents and more playing time for them. #Madagascar #Reforestation
12/31/2016. Facebook
Happy New Year, everyone. May the forests be with you! #OneTreeAtATime
12/30/2016. Facebook
These are the people changing the world, #OneTreeAtATime
12/29/2016. Facebook
"The best way to predict the future is to create it" #OneTreeAtATime
12/28/2016. Facebook
2016 was an eventful year for various reasons, not all of them pleasant. However, if this year has helped us understand anything, it is the following: Together, we can make amazing things happen. Thanks for teaming up with us dear Ecosians, and have a peaceful 2017.
12/26/2016. Facebook
The power of community is when everyone comes together to change what they were told couldn’t be changed.

#Madagascar #TreePlanting #Reforestation #Community
12/25/2016. Facebook
Not a new, but still a very fitting video for this unusually warm winter in the Arctic. For an informative Christmas reading go here: [ Ind.pn Link ]. Otherwise, volume up for Ludovico Einaudi and Merry Christmas, Ecosians:

Ludovico Einaudi - "Elegy for the Arctic" - Official Live (Greenpeace)

Subscribe to the official Ludovico Einaudi channel here! http://bit.ly/EinaudiChannel Ludovico Einaudi performs an original piece "Elegy for the Arctic", on ...

12/21/2016. Facebook
This is how we think we can preserve the forests you are helping us plant:

Juliette only recently started planting trees with our partners in Madagascar. What she likes most about the project? She's just grateful to have a job. Members of neighbouring communities that have been working with our partners for years see their work as part of the bigger picture: They're proud to be part of a...
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