Google alternative helps rainforest regeneration through ad clicks
Consumers now spend a large proportion of both their work and leisure time browsing and searching the internet, and we’ve already seen initiatives like Ark help turn that activity into funding for charities and social causes. Hoping to win a slice of the search engine market, Germany-based Ecosia is now offering an alternative to Google and Bing, enabling users to generate income for rainforest programs by directing ad revenue to nonprofits. READ MORE…

Google alternative helps rainforest regeneration through ad clicks

Consumers now spend a large proportion of both their work and leisure time browsing and searching the internet, and we’ve already seen initiatives like Ark help turn that activity into funding for charities and social causes. Hoping to win a slice of the search engine market, Germany-based Ecosia is now offering an alternative to Google and Bing, enabling users to generate income for rainforest programs by directing ad revenue to nonprofits. READ MORE…

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