Google Earth Shared Satellite Images to Show the Drastic Changes Our Planet Has Gone Through in Just Four Decades

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We are all aware of global warming, but still, we do so little to help prevent the situation from getting worse. The whole world is going through a drastic change. Probably it’s hard to notice that difference unless you do a side-to-side comparison.

Google Earth is helping us to see this difference our planet has gone through.  They posted a series of videos on YouTube. These videos show how much our world’s oceans, forests, glaciers, beaches, and cities have changed from 1984 to 2020. This is a way to promote climate awareness through its new timelapse feature.

It is crazy to see all these changes in these eye-opening images. Although this is the result of human behavior, yet is quite disturbing to see the dramatic rhythm of change in just a short period of time. Each one of us can contribute to stopping climate change. Therefore, we made a list of these images below that we hope will raise awareness of what’s going on with the world. Scroll down below to check it out.

1. Columbia Glacier, Alaska, USA

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2. Enright, Oregon, USA

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3. Mato Grosso, Brazil

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4. Nuflo De Chavez, Bolivia

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5. Dubai, Uae

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6. Mylius-Erichsen Land, Greenland

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7. Aral Sea, Kazakhstan

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8. Pearl River Delta, China

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9. Mamore River, Bolivia

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10. Singapore

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11.Chatham, Massachusetts

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12. Sara, Bolivia

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13.  Las Vegas, USA

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14. Atsimo-Andrefana, Madagascar

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15. Shanghai, China

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