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The search engine boss who wants to help us all plant trees
by Suzanne Bearne, Business Reporter
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31 August 2020
On 31 August 2020 BBC News reported:
Christian Kroll wants nothing less than to change the world. 'I want to make the world a greener, better place,' he says. The 35-year-old German is the boss of search engine Ecosia, which has an unusual but very environmentally friendly business model -- it gives away most of its profits to enable trees to be planted around the world.
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