In an era where the environmental impact of our online activities cannot be ignored, Search For Trees introduces a new way to give back to the planet. While each Google search is equivalent to at least a kilometer of driving and the internet contributes to nearly 4% of the global CO2 emissions, it's time to make a conscious choice for a greener search experience.
A Search Engine For The Environment
Search For Trees, powered by Google's search engine, gives users the opportunity to search in an eco-friendly manner. As you perform your daily searches, you automatically contribute to reforestation projects in Africa. It's a simple way to make your online activity more sustainable and contribute to making the world greener.
How It Works:
- Visit Search For Trees.
- Enter your regular search queries.
- Watch as your personal tree counter grows on the live statistics page.
Make a Positive Impact - 60% of Revenue Goes to Trees
With over 10% of global CO2 emissions resulting from deforestation, taking responsibility is crucial. Search For Trees commits to investing 60% of advertising revenue directly into tree-planting projects. By simply being online, you contribute to reducing deforestation and restoring nature.
Support sustainable Food Forests for Africa
Search For Trees supports Trees for the Future (TREES) in their efforts to create sustainable food forests for local farmers in Africa. Trees play a crucial role in preserving groundwater, soil nutrients, and protecting land from erosion. By bringing together agriculture and natural restoration, the desire to cut down trees is significantly reduced.
An Innovative Approach
While there are other search engines that plant trees, Search For Trees distinguishes itself by using Google as the primary search engine and offering full integration with all browsers and iPhones. The search engine is transparent about its revenue, publishing financial reports that are accessible to everyone. "If all internet users start using Search For Trees, it would have a significant positive impact on global reforestation."
So, why not consciously search and build a more sustainable future together with Search For Trees? With every search, you make a powerful statement for the planet. Go green, search green!