Surf the net and save the rainforest

You only need to stay sitting and click to save the rainforest, the only thing you need to do is use the internet search engine Ecosia (www.ecosia.org). For every click on the rearch results you get from this engine a little sum of money goes to the World Nature Fonds (WNF) in the Amazon, so for every click you make two square meters are saved. In total 8 million square meters are already protected.

An internet user can then more less save approximately 2000 square meters per year, which is more less the area of a hockey field.

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