Last week Google launched a method to visualize the projected impacts of climate change on series of Google Earth layers. Climate Change on Google Earth currently provides two data layers — temperature and rainfall — but the program will soon include subsequent layers such as sea level rise, water shortages, and polar ice melt. Google Earth partnered with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Danish government, to create the application.
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