Thursday, February 08, 2007

Explore Climate Change With Google Earth

The United Nations has teamed up with Google Earth to upload their "Atlas of Our Changing World". Google Earth users can now:

...zoom in and fly over virtual environmental "hotspots" like the explosion of shrimp farms on Thailand's west coast, China's massive Three Gorges Dam or the vanishing snows of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

A new use for one of my favorite computer toys.


Anonymous said...

oe explore climate change with a very revealing discussion on CFRA radio

links to all segments here

Anonymous said...

Uh, isn't that Chinese dam going to be producing electricity without fossil fuels? That is a GREEN project, no?

And isn't farming shrimp better than depleting the ocean's fisheries, leaving them better able to repopulate the sea on their own naturally?

And don't forget to thank the oil industry for saving the whales.

Red Butler said...

Nice linkage!!!! very cool!!!!

"-they will probably want us to send money to make things better . . . sure glad they are looking out for me'

Typical neocon UN bashing. Move on, nothing to see here.

Anonymous said...

Right, we elected Stephi.

Anonymous said...

this is ramya,i have gone through this site i have got the total information from this site. recently i had gone through an another site which is relevant to this site in this site we can download the google earth and it helps us to view the earth on our PC. google earth