Google Earth 3D trees and climate change

The sun is back in London and I am heading off  to Kew Gardens to soak up the horticultural delights and hopefully take some photos – especially of the beautiful trees that are at Kew.

Speaking of trees, did you know that Google Earth now has an amazing 3D tree facility that lets you look at how trees compliment our cities. At the moment they only have certain locations like New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Tokyo Berlin and Athens mapped but this amazing facility must be good for enhancing the current and future effect of trees for our planet and their importance in fighting climate change. http://google-latlong.blogspot.com/2010/11/3d-trees-in-google-earth-6.html

Another great Google Earth offering is Climate Change in Our World, the product of a collaboration between Google, the UK Government and the Met Office Hadley Centre

Climate Change in Our World

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/climate-change/guide/future/google-earth

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