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Planting Trees Without Getting Your Hands Dirty

We all love trees here, but that doesn't mean you need to necessarily hug them - or live in one for 499 days. Planting them in your garden is a wonderful thing to do, but did you know you can plant trees just be searching the web? There's a social business run out of Berlin called Ecosia, that uses revenue from your searches and clicks to (re-) forest many parts of the world, mainly in developing countries. They work together with WeForest on accredited planting projects, and recently announced a partnership with the Jane Goodall Foundation.

For more information, see https://info.ecosia.org/about

Projects have resulted in 20 million trees planted, and growing.

Please note that we are not affiliated with Ecosia in any way, shape or form. We just think it's a great idea! It makes a real difference by doing something you probably already do many times a day.

It's not like using Google doesn't have it's upsides either. Apart from the undoubtedly high quality of search results, the company really does seem to care about sustainability. Running on 100% renewable energy is just one aspect. You can find out more at Google Green - https://environment.google/

In closing, please pat yourself on the back. You are part of the global movement that cares. Thank you for being a part of it.

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