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This Search Engine Plants Trees

They put ‘people and planet before profit.’

Screenshot of Ecosia.org

Ecosia is a search engine that uses 100% of its profits for climate action. About 80% of ad revenue from searches is used to plant trees around the world where they are needed most. Established in Berlin, Germany, the company has already planted over 144 million+ native species trees in a reforestation effort. With 15 million users…

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Susie Pinon

If I’m not typing, I’m at the beach, eating chocolate, yoga-ing, or watching my soaps. Here to help you grow into your best self without making it hurt.😉