Good green news from Google!

February 4th, 2014

Hi guys,

important info for all green people here!

If you’ve ever wondered how much global warming has raised local temperatures in your area, the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit has just released a new interactive Google Earth layer. You can find there answers for all your questions, you can check neighbourhood and your holidays destination.

The new Google Earth format allows users to scroll around the world, zoom in on 6,000 weather stations, and view monthly, seasonal and annual temperature data more easily than ever before. Users can drill down to see some 20,000 graphs – some of which show temperature records dating back to 1850!

Yay, science plus technology – that’s the way to know Earth and environment much better! Such a good green news🙂

NASA has a similar tool that allows users to click a spot on the globe and see data from nearby temperature stations, but this new product from UEA adds the user friendliness and fun interactive nature of Google Earth.

Thank you, Google!

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