Want to do something easy to fight climate change? How about using Ecosia as your search engine while at the same time helping to plant trees?

Learn how this German competitor to Google and a Social Innovation Tournament finalist uses earnings from its search engine to plant trees, create jobs and cut CO2 emissions.

Growing out of a sense of responsibility and an idea, in 2009 Christian Kroll created what has now become the largest search engine with headquarters in Europe and more than 15 million users worldwide. It has also planted 120 000 000 trees.

Learn more about Ecosia and read our previous stories on SIT Alumni.