Forestle is an ecologically inspired not-for-profit web search site invented and created by Christian Kroll, Wittenberg, Germany, in 2008. Forestle is a “green Internet search engine”. They use their advertising revenue to protect endangered rainforest regions in order to keep our worlds most precious ecosystems intact and fight global warming.
The advertising income, which Forestle generates from your web searches, is sufficient to save 0.1 square meter (0.11 yd²) of rain forest per search.
An average Internet user does about 1,000 searches annually. This means that you can save more than 100 square meters (109 yd²) of rainforest every year simply by using Forestle. And the best is that it is absolutely free!
Forestle post monthly reports, which show how much rainforest has been saved.
In total more than 273,794.5 m² (299,421.7 yd²) have been protected already by Forestle!
So go forward, make it your homepage.