Time-lapse satellite photographs illustrate the retreat of Mount Kilimanjaro’s glaciers, coral bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef, deforestation in Germany, and glacial melt on Greenland. The Google search engine’s Doodle artwork for today is devoted to Earth Day 2022 and emphasises the subject of climate change, which is one of the most pressing issues facing our society today.
Earth Day is observed on April 22nd every year to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the founding of the contemporary environmental movement, which occurred in 1970.
The Google Doodle for today contains four GIFs that were generated from satellite imagery and photographs from The Ocean Agency.
Earth Day 2022 Google Doodle global climate crisis
The impact of climate change can be seen in four distinct locations throughout the world, thanks to Google’s real-time lapse imagery. The images from each place will be featured on the Google search engine’s homepage for a period of time ranging from a few hours to several days.
According to a statement on Earth Day’s official website: “We now have the potential to modify it all – the economic environment, the political climate, and the manner in which we respond to climate change.” In order to protect our health, families, and livelihood, we must muster up the fortitude to do so now.
Earth Day 2022 is approaching quickly, and the globe must act boldly, develop extensively, and execute fairly, according to the website.