Google Doodle Earth Day: Google cares about the climate change impacts on day to day life
Earth Day 2022
Google Doodle Earth Day: Today’s annual Earth Day Doodle addresses one of the most pressing topics of our time: climate change.
Using real time-lapse imagery from Google Earth Timelapse and other sources, the Doodle shows the impact of climate change across four different locales around our planet. Stay tuned throughout the day to view these scenes, each remaining on the homepage for several hours at a time.
Google Earth Day 2022: Today’s annual Earth Day Doodle features real time-lapse imagery from Google Earth and other sources showing the impacts of climate change across our planet.
World Earth Day Google Doodle is a time-lapse view that highlights the effects of climate change on the planet
Harz Forests destroyed by bark beetle infestation due to rising temperatures and severe drought in Elend, Germany— Google Doodles (@GoogleDoodles) April 22, 2022
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What do you mean by climate change?
What do you mean by climate change?Climate change is a long-term change in the average weather patterns that have come to define Earth’s local, regional and global climates.
Cause of Climate Change
Climate change is happening because of us. Human activities are releasing excessive amounts of greenhouse gases into our atmosphere.
As a result, the globe is already one degree warmer on average than it was before the Industrial Revolution.
This climate change is because of human activity
The main causes of climate change are:
- Humanity’s increased use of fossil fuels – such as coal, oil and gas to generate electricity, run cars and other forms of transport, and power manufacturing and industry
- Deforestation – because living trees absorb and store carbon dioxide
- Increasingly intensive agriculture – which emits greenhouse gases like methane and nitrous oxide
Earth Day Doodle
The 2022 Earth Day Google doodle includes four Gifs created from satellite imagery and photographs from The Ocean Agency that will rotate throughout the day.
Google on Friday released a new doodle to put pressure on talks over impact of climate change. The new doodle shows real time-lapse images from Google Earth Timelapse, highlighting the impact of climate change across four different locales around the planet.