Unfortunately, the Earth is constantly changing. And they are not always for the better. Satellite images and those taken from high altitude clearly prove that the degradation of the environment is a fact. Unfortunately, a large part of it is man-made. NASA and other organizations and individuals collect data and document any environmental changes in the form of photographs.
#1 The solar power plant in Usagre, Spain is the largest one in Europe. It covers an area of almost 10 square km (March 2019 – February 2020).
#2 Island of Luzon in the Philippines before and after the eruption of the Taal volcano (December 2019 – March 2020)
#3 Koulun peninsula – Hong Kong 1964-2016
#4 The Arctic 88 years ago and today
#5 Shanghai 1990-2010
#6 The Matterhorn in the Alps – on the border of Switzerland and Italy in August 1960 and 2005
#7 Toboggan glacier in Alaska. The first photo comes from 1909 and the second one from 2000.
#8 Lake Powell drying out (located in Arizona and Utah) From 1999 to 2014
#9 Mabira forest in Uganda from 2001 to 2006 – significantly increased green areas
#10 The construction of a dam on the Dasht River in Pakistan in 1999 resulted in a significant increase in green areas in 2011.
#11 A great project in the Libyan desert led to the irrigation of parts of the desert. Project
#12 This is how Lake Oroville in California changed between 2010 and 2016
#13 Glacier Pedersen in summer 1917 and 2005
#14 Glacier Muir in Alaska in August 1941 and 2004
#15 Argentine Mar Chiquita Lake in 1998 and 2011
What do you think about these changes?