New Search Engine to Help Fund Reforestation Projects

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A new search engine, Envirosearch.org, hopes to fund reforestation initiatives with advertising revenue. (Stock Photo)

Helping to save the environment just got a little easier. Carbonfund.org launched a new search engine that’s completely free to use, but will utilize money generated from advertising to support reforestation programs in Haiti, India and the U.S.

Envirosearch.org is powered by Microsoft’s Bing, but the interface is simplified and straight-forward. There are some customizable options; for instance, you can select one of five nature scenes as a background and you can choose from several categories before you search.

The idea behind the search is also pretty simple. The advertising revenue from Yahoo! will go partners like the Environmental Defense Fund, Environmental Media Association and the National Wildlife Federation as well as help fund more and more environmental projects as it grows.

Anyone who is interested in contributing just has to replace their normal search engine with Envirosearch.org.

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