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[qi:_earth2tech] How to visualize the colossal amount of data surrounding climate change? Al Gore squeezed a lot of info into 100 minutes and a PowerPoint presentation, but the next step needs to be dynamic, interactive and malleable. With that in mind, two government research groups out […]

[qi:_earth2tech] How to visualize the colossal amount of data surrounding climate change? Al Gore squeezed a lot of info into 100 minutes and a PowerPoint presentation, but the next step needs to be dynamic, interactive and malleable. With that in mind, two government research groups out of the UK have released climate change-related data using Google Earth Outreach. Earth2Tech has the full story on their efforts, as well as a how-to for viewing the data.

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  1. Uhhhh – PowerPoint? Nope, it’s a Keynote presentation.

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  2. If only Google Earth could track carbon emissions to the source and then use a laser guided missile from outer space to take out the largest polluters… but wait, that means Al Gore would be toast. Nevermind.

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  3. Why does GigaOm post about this? Where’s the snooze alarm?

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  4. Google earth should create a function that enables people to view detailed maps of all the ski areas. Great idea! I can’t imagine how convenient it would be to see all the runs and lifts.

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