Environmentally Friendly Search Engine

I just discovered the coolest thing since sliced bread, or at least since I discovered a rare bird called the Pygmy Tyrant which lives in Costa Rica.

Don’t you just love the head feathers? But I digress. The coolest thing since the Pygmy Tyrant is Envirosearch.org, a new search engine that gives back to the planet. Hurray!

Every time you use Envirosearch to look for something on the internets, revenue from Yahoo! is generated and then used to support environmental programs including a Hatian reforestation project and an Indian mangrove replanting program, about which Envirosearch says, “In just two years alone, our partners in India were able to expand their tree planting to an additional ten communities along the coast of Andhra Pradesh and planted nearly 50,000 trees. Some of these trees will include Pongemia, which produces seeds that communities can use to make biodeisel.” Your clicks also create donates to reforestation projects all across the US. All for just a little searching.

-Jocelyn Broyles


Neil A.
Neil A6 years ago

I had not heard of this search engine before but sounds good so glad there are those who want to help the environement rather than just ripping off others & despoiling the planet.

New G.
W. C6 years ago

Good to know, thank you.

Michele Wilkinson

Thank you

Lindsey Williams
Lindsey Williams6 years ago


Andrea D.
Andrea D6 years ago

Thank you!

Dave C.
David C6 years ago

use care2, create butterfly credits, plant trees....
envirosearch is good....used to like it more when they counted your donations day to to day....
good search...name your charity....do it for child's school....
ecosia...save rainforest....

Dana W.
Dana W6 years ago

I'm already using several search or click-to-donate sites such as redjellyfish.com, goodsearch.com, care2.com (of course) and The Hunger Site (plus related click to donate sites on the same page).

This site sounds very worthy; will try to use it also.

KARLOLINA G6 years ago

This is interesting. I will have to have a look. Anything to help the PLANET.

Sumit jamadar
Sumit jamadar6 years ago


Diana M.
Diana Martin6 years ago

You can also search using ecosia.org, which is powered by Bing and Yahoo. The revenue from the sponsers goes to support The World Wild Life Fund's projects in the Amazon Rainforest.