Now you can search in colour!
We’ve been hard at work innovating new features for the Ekoru.org search engine. Going beyond Dark Mode we’re the first search engine to allow users to choose from multiple colours for their search page.
The New Year update for 2021 adds the ability for users to customize their search experience by selecting from a number of ocean inspired colours.
Available for desktop browsers, users have a choice of Arctic White, Dark Abyss, Trinidad Turquoise, Octopus Orange, Starfish Pink, Coral Yellow, Jamaican Sands, Seagrass Green, and Dolphin Grey. …
Ekoru.org search engine now supports searching of 3 word addresses! The what3words address system allows you to find any location on the planet with just 3 words.
When you’re exploring new places, finding the right locations is really important. But street addresses aren’t always reliable — they sometimes point to the wrong place entirely, and they’re never accurate enough to direct you to a specific entrance or car park. They also don’t exist for many places, such as where Operation Posidonia is restoring underwater meadows or where to find the best view on Mount Taranaki in New Zealand.
That’s why Ekoru has collaborated with what3words to allow users to enter any 3 word address into the search engine and find the location. Every 3 metre square on the planet has been given a unique combination of three words: a what3words address. …
Is our climate changing for the worse? Scientists certainly think so, and they make future projections based on past observations to see what our environment may look like if we continue on our current course.
But what happens to the projections if the historical data set the models are based on, are wrong? What if scientists have been manipulating data sets to fit a climate narrative and to ensure an outcome? Well, the projections would be wrong and climate change would be a hoax.
The Daily Mail seemed to be convinced of this with their article, “Exposed: How world leaders were duped into investing billions over manipulated global warming data”, followed up with a piece from Reason.com titled, “Climate Scientists Manipulated Temperature Data to Fool Politicians and Public, Claims ‘Whistleblower’”. …
Visualization of USA energy generation data for 2019 from renewable and non-renewable sources
The following energy production visualizations have been produced by the Ekoru data analysis team. Ekoru is a environmentally focused search engine that allows users to help clean and reforest the ocean with every search. 60% of Ekoru search revenue goes to partners involved in ocean reforestation and cleanup.
The US Energy Information Administration was used as the source for energy data.
The United States Census Bureau was used as the source for 2019 state population data. …
Analysis of energy production from renewable and non-renewable sources across the world between the period of 1965 and 2018.
The following energy production visualisations have been produced by the Ekoru data analysis team. Ekoru is a environmentally focused search engine that allows users to help clean and reforest the ocean with every search. 60% of Ekoru search revenue goes to partners involved in ocean reforestation and cleanup.
The BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2019 was used as the source for energy data.
United Nations Statistics National Accounts was used as the source for manufacturing data.
“How Far Has China’s Urbanization Gone?” by Xiao et al 2018 was used for China urbanisation data. …
Yes that’s right, we’re already helping clean oceans with Big Blue Ocean Cleanup and now every search also helps reforest our oceans in the fight against climate change. By joining forces with Operation Posidonia, Ekoru.org is helping make our oceans greener by replanting seagrass meadows.
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Meet the people behind Ekoru.org
Hi! My name is Ati, and together with my wife Alison, we’re behind the Ekoru search engine which helps clean and protect our oceans. We’re supported by our wonderful team members dotted around the world. We’re real people who care about our planet and are committed to cleaning and protecting our oceans.