06 Jun '11, 2pm

Ecosia Search Engine Raises $330,000+ For Amazon Rainforest

The Guardian, which calls Ecosia a "mask" for Microsoft's Bing search engine, reports that 80% of the revenue from search advertising goes directly to WWF, which runs the Tumucumaque rainforest project in northern Brazil—home to about 54% of all bird species in the Amazon and the last major unpolluted water reserves in the Neotropics (containing about 20% of all the Earth's water), according to Ecosia.

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