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Earth Day: Google doodle shows impact of climate change

Earth Day Google Doodle
Images of deforestation of the Harz forests in Germany, coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia and glacial melt in Sermersooq, Greenland appear as the Earth Day 2002 Google doodle. Composite: Google Earth Timelapse

Global tech company, Google, has marked the 2022 Earth Day celebration by creating a unique doodle.

As a way of celebrating the day dedicated to environmental protection, the Google Doodle icon for April 22, 2022, addresses climate change.

In commemoration of this year’s Earth Day theme ‘Invest in our Planet’, the doodle showed real time-lapse imagery, displaying the impact of climate change.

The interactive doodle showed the impact of climate change across four different locales around our planet.

Explaining the doodle, Google said, “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.”

See the real time-lapse imagery from Google Earth Timelapse below:

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