Month: June 2021

What Tools To Have On My Boat?

We often get asked by aspiring sailing cruisers, ‘What tools to have on my boat?’ One of our guests wanted to bring his land-based man cave with him. He spent his life building up his

What Tools To Have On My Boat?

We often get asked by aspiring sailing cruisers, ‘What tools to have on my boat?’ One of our guests wanted to bring his land-based man cave with him. He spent his life building up his

Your trees in Nigeria

trees planted updating hectares restored updating since 2021 Rural development and trees can coexist In the last few decades, deforestation has become a huge problem in Nigeria. The timber industry, agriculture, and rapid urbanization have

Marine And Boat Refrigeration Temperature

The secret to having a successful sailing cruising lifestyle is maintaining a routine of checks. Things break on a boat all the time when you first start out. Over time, however, you start to discover

Your searches plant 13,000 trees to restore U.S. fire scars

WRITTEN BY Joshi Joshi is Ecosia's editorial lead. He likes this planet. The news cycle is operating at warp speed. Our attention is hurried from one breaking sensation to the next. Inevitably, we forget what

Under pressure, Google abandons its pay-for-play auction screen on Android

As we previously argued, Android users deserve to choose their favorite search engine. But in 2020, Google sold that choice to the highest bidders. As expected, this pay-for-play auction forced out purpose-driven businesses from the

Tree-Planting Update: Episode 30

WRITTEN BY Antonia Antonia is the Account Manager of Ecosia’s tree-planting team, bridging the gap between technical reforestation insights and the Ecosia community. Welcome to Tree Update 30! This time coming from me, Antonia. Trees

Our plan to plant more trees, faster: introducing Ecosia Trees

Thanks to you and other Ecosia users, we have planted over 125 million trees. These trees aren’t just capturing thousands of tons of CO2 every day, but are also saving endangered wildlife, uplifting communities, and