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Google Earth released satellite images to demonstrate the dramatic changes that our planet has undergone in only four decades.

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Even though we are all aware of global warming, we do so little to assist prevent the issue from worsening. The entire globe is undergoing a transformation. Unless you make a side-by-side comparison, it’s probably difficult to perceive the difference.

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Google Earth is assisting us in recognizing the changes our planet has undergone. They made a series of YouTube videos. From 1984 through 2020, these animations reveal how drastically our world’s seas, forests, glaciers, beaches, and cities have changed. Through its new timelapse function, this is a means to raise climate awareness.

It’s mind-boggling to observe all of these changes in these eye-opening photographs. Although this is the product of human action, the rapid rhythm of change in such a short amount of time is rather alarming. Each of us can make a difference in the fight against climate change. As a result, we’ve compiled a selection of photographs below that we hope will help people become more conscious of what’s going on in the globe. Check it out by scrolling down.

1. Columbia Glacier, Alaska, USA

2. Enright, Oregon, USA

3. Mato Grosso, Brazil

4. Nuflo De Chavez, Bolivia

5. Dubai, Uae

6. Mylius-Erichsen Land, Greenland

7. Aral Sea, Kazakhstan

8. Pearl River Delta, China

9. Mamore River, Bolivia

10. Singapore

11.Chatham, Massachusetts

12. Sara, Bolivia

13.  Las Vegas, USA

14. Atsimo-Andrefana, Madagascar

15. Shanghai, China

Originally published on the earthwonders



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