Make Ecosia your default browser and join a global community of more than 7 million people reforesting the planet with their searches.
Ecosia is the tree-planting browser. We use the money we make from searches to fund reforestation programs and empower communities around the world.
Download the Ecosia browser and plant trees for free, just by searching the web.
Ecosia Browser is based on Chromium and is as fast and secure. It gives you an intuitive browsing experience with everything you need:
• Private mode
Planet over Profit
Our goal is to build a greener and better world for everyone, not to maximize returns for shareholders. That’s why we’ve made a legally binding commitment to ensure that no profits can ever be taken out of the company. As part of our vision to end deforestation, we want to plant one billion new trees by 2020.
More than 25% of the world’s population rely on forest resources for their livelihoods. By planting trees you can fight climate change, restore landscapes, protect wildlife and help people by providing nutrition, employment and education. In the long term this leads to healthier, happier and more economically stable communities.
We are more than just CO2 neutral. Ecosia owns and operates its own solar plant to power your searches with 100% renewable energy. In fact, thanks to the amazing trees we plant, each search actually removes around 1 kg of CO2 from the atmosphere.
Ecosia Browser comes with the world's most popular ad-blocking powered by ABP. We block annoying ads for faster browsing and up to 50% less mobile data usage.
Forests need protecting and so does your privacy. We do both:
• We don’t save your searches
• We don’t track the websites you visits
• We don’t sell your data to advertisers
• Your searches are always SSL-encrypted
We know that trust has to be earned. That’s why we publish all our monthly financial reports and tree-planting receipts on our website.
Find out more about our tree-planting projects, team, and mission on our website: https://info.ecosia.org/
Follow us on our Journey to 1 Billion Trees:
The Ecosia Blog: https://blog.ecosia.org/