Ecosia
Ecosia
06/24/2017 at 09:00. Facebook
"With 9 million trees planted to date, Ecosia proves that business models that indirectly promote restoration can be effective at creating large-scale impact"

So proud to see Ecosia mentioned on World Resources Institute
With 9 million trees planted to date Ecosia proves that business models

Growing Trees and Growing Profit: Is Your Business a “Restoration Enterprise?” | World Resources Institute

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Kirsty Mawer
Sophia de Zeeuw
Ecosia
Ecosia
yesterday at 09:01. Facebook
Dimin, a member of the indigenous Dayak people, told us how the Sugar Palm - not to be confused with the destructive Oil Palm - helps him provide a better future for his children, all while protecting the rainforest he calls his home.
Jake Miller
Ash Brown
Ryan Briones
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/22/2017 at 18:05. Facebook
Since becoming a Sugar Palm tapper, Dimin is no longer forced to sell his land to destructive Palm Oil multinationals. In fact, the Sugar Palm – which only grows in biodiverse forests – provides him with an income that is four times higher than the minimum wage in Indonesia.

Thus, by using Ecosia, you are empowering indigenous communities to live from their forest without destroying it.
Since becoming a Sugar Palm tapper Dimin is no longer forced to
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/21/2017 at 16:56. Facebook
The Sugar Palm is the exact opposite of the Oil Palm tree. Whereas the Oil Palm only survives in pesticide-coated monocultures, the Sugar Palm thrives in biodiverse forests. Its product – palm sugar – helps local communities earn a steady income, so they're no longer forced to sell their land to palm oil companies. A group of villages showed us how they turn sugar water into granular sugar....
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Renito Soares
Jefferson Puerta
Jack van Kuik
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/20/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
By planting trees, Ecosia aims to empower local communities to live from the forest while protecting the environment.

The Sugar Palm - not to be confused with the destructive Oil Palm - is a great example of that interplay between reforestation and economic development.
Naomi Schettini
Yage Johlin
Hankö Rø
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/19/2017 at 16:54. Facebook
Your searches are helping us plant lots of Sugar Palms in Indonesia This amazing tree is not to be confused with the destructive Oil Palm.

In fact, the Sugar Palm is our tree planting officer’s favorite tree – for good reasons:
Jake Miller
Jessica Lee Hearn
Pau Boixader Muñoz
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/15/2017. Facebook
Around 25,500 people are currently planting trees with Ecosia through the projects that we support around the world. We wanted to put ourselves in their shoes.

In Indonesia we accompanied a farmer, Rupinos, into the forest to collect tree saplings. We then transported these to his field and helped him plant them into the earth.
Around 25500 people are currently planting trees with Ecosia through the projects
Seraina Bühler
Yage Johlin
Ria Tarigan
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/13/2017. Facebook
We love you. So we got you this gift.

These fluffy apes are hand-crafted by a group of mothers we met on our trip to Ecosia's reforestation project in Indonesia. The revenue from selling these plush animals goes to the Sintang Orangutan Rescue Centre, where real (but equally fluffy) apes are rescued, cared for, and eventually released back into the rainforest.

Wherever you live, you can...
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We love you So we got you this gift These fluffy apes
Mario HC
Stefania Czech
Sue Lee-Richards
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/12/2017. Facebook
Jorge Pelaez
Ria Tarigan
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/09/2017. Facebook
Meet Piet, leader of the Gunung Saran Lester Foundation, our partner in Indonesia. This project is empowering local communities from the foothills of Mount Saran in Kalimantan, Borneo, to restore their lost forests ✊
Rowena Goes Ape
Stefania Czech
Nicole Claudia Konrad
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/08/2017. Facebook
“In 10 years I hope this area will be even more green and the temperature will go down” - Ade from Indonesia
In 10 years I hope this area will be even more green
Jonas Litmeyer
Yage Johlin
Dan Dam
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/07/2017. Facebook
"If we cut down the forest, that's the end of the culture of the indigenous people, the end of our future"

This is Dis, short for Disrekia. She works for Gunung Lester Foundation, the NGO fighting back the #PalmOil industry in Borneo. Thanks to your searches Ecosia is now helping finance their tree planting project.
If we cut down the forest thats the end of the culture
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/06/2017. Facebook
Almost at 9 million trees!
Almost at 9 million trees
Giuseppé Scanu
Robin de los Bosques
Joey Rodrigue
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/06/2017. Facebook
We’re just back from visiting our reforestation project in Indonesia! Watch our live stream & feel free to ask us questions in the comments :)
Michael Hävy Steinwandter
Hankö Rø
Silke Schuller
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/05/2017. Facebook
On this World Environment Day, let's save the Earth.
Reyes Delgado
Miri Fenske
Laurent Hurcet
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/03/2017. Facebook
"What Ecosia focuses on is quite unique within the entire tech industry: transparently turning profits into trees, measuring success in social and environmental impact instead of financial value."

Thanks, Forbes! ☺
What Ecosia focuses on is quite unique within the entire tech industry

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René Pausch
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/02/2017. Facebook
Amila Mlnć
Bea Callan
John Martindale
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/02/2017. Facebook
Few people have the power of mobilising entire villages to join the fight against powerful forces such as the Palm Oil Industry.

Meet Piet. He’s the leader of Gunung Lester Foundation, an NGO created by local villages on the foothills of Mount Saran that is fighting back against the Palm Oil industry responsible for the loss of 20% of Indonesia’s original forest cover.

Under his leadership...
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Few people have the power of mobilising entire villages to join the
Danny Gougeon
Sam Burke
Joris Moen
Ecosia
Ecosia
06/01/2017. Facebook
She was too shy to tell us her name. We have to assume it was Angel <3
She was too shy to tell us her name We have to assume it was Angel 3
Ecosia
Ecosia
05/31/2017. Facebook
We’ll do anything to show you the trees. [BETTER WITH AUDIO]
Julian Beger
Broline Ochako
Gabriel Usereau