Gaia Mission, a new Chrome extension and search engine, helping to restore Earth’s ecosystems one search at a time

Gaia Mission is a a Chrome extension and search engine that enables users to generate revenue towards the protection and preservation of natural resources and wildlife with every click.

The Montreal-based search engine has partnered with Rainforest Trust to support the protection of rainforests, coral reefs, oceans, wildlife, tree planting, and animals. Gaia Mission has also established partnerships with other not-for-profit organisations that work directly in the areas of conservation.

Gaia Mission makes it easy for everyone to make a positive impact one search at a time. Users can install Gaia Mission’s Chrome extension, and every web search will generate donations to their chosen cause.

Founded in 2019 by software architect Mohamed Arhab, Gaia Mission is a non-profit organisation that aims to “become part of the solution to make the world a better place, passing on the greatest treasures to our future generations”. It focuses on protecting animals and preserving natural resources through strong partnerships with other non-profit organisations.

Mohamed Arhab, president of Gaia Mission, said: “Most of us want to make a difference in the world, but life gets busy and we forget. We all use search engines everyday, so why not make sure of something that we use everyday to make a difference to the world we live in.”

Gaia Mission

Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief. She writes about lifestyle including sustainable and green living. She also offers content services to businesses and individuals at

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