We plant the right tree species in the right places, and share their impact on people and ecosystems
We grow native species where they are needed most
Our reforestation experts have built an effective and diversified tree-planting portfolio, restoring and protecting most of the world’s biodiversity hotspots and contributing towards multiple Sustainable Development Goals.
We monitor the trees for at least 3 years
We use the latest technology to ensure the trees are robust enough to survive long-term. We track using satellites, geo-tagged photo evidence, and field visits. If a tree dies, we will replace it at no additional charge.
We share quarterly performance reports
You will receive a certificate with the number of trees you financed and the amount of CO2 they’ll capture. Subsequently, we’ll report on our impact every quarter, and your organization can attend a webinar with our tree team.
Over 10 years of experience
Thanks to our 15 million search engine users, we have become the world’s leading planter of native trees
Where we plant
We plant trees across all six inhabited continents, mostly in biodiversity hotspots. We carefully vet our planting partners, ensuring that all work is done shoulder-to-shoulder with local communities.
How it works
When done right, reforestation restores ecosystems, saves endangered species from extinction, and changes lives.
Trees change everything
Capturing CO₂ is just one of the benefits of reforestation done right
Capture CO₂ at scale
Increase food security
Protect water sources
Create wildlife habitats
Contribute to the SDGs
Our projects directly contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals thanks to our community approach
How much does it cost?
Planting, monitoring and protecting one Ecosia tree costs €1
If a tree does not survive its first three years, we will replace it at no additional cost
Payment is easy and flexible, no subscriptions required
If planting trees costs less than expected, we will use surplus funds to plant additional trees
Stories from the field
“To convince male landowners to let us do restoration work on their farms, we often need to speak to their wives first. We sit down and have a coffee with the women and then they make it possible for us to restore these degraded landscapes.” – Ana Paula, COPAIBA, Brazil
"When I was a child, the forest was vast. We’ve been restoring it for many years, and now it’s almost as green as it once was. When we plant trees we get rain, fresh air, medicine [...] and can harvest fruits and nuts." — Naliaka Martin, farmer and tree planter in Kenya
“Having steady income allows Eden workers to put savings aside, invest in their households, start micro- enterprises to diversify their income opportunities, and provide healthcare for their families.” – Eden, Madagascar
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Let’s reforest the planet together
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