Analyze the difference between the photos and you will come to know the heck we are doing to this planet. These changes are a result of damage that we have caused to the Earth in five to hundred years.
Pedersen Glacier, Alaska. Summer, 1917 — 2005
Carroll Glacier, Alaska. August, 1906 — September, 2003
Aral Sea, Central Asia. August, 2000 — August, 2014
Forests in Rondonia, Brazil. June, 1975 — August, 2009
Matterhorn Mountain in the Alps that lies on the border between Switzerland and Italy. August, 1960 — August, 2005
Powell Lake, Arizona and Utah. March, 1999 — May, 2014
Lake Oroville, California. July, 2010 — August, 2016
Bear Glacier, Alaska. July, 1909 — August, 2005
Mabira Forest, Uganda. November, 2001 — January, 2006
Muir Glacier, Alaska. August, 1941 — August, 2004
Qori Kalis Glacier, Peru. July, 1978 — July, 2011
Mar Chiquita Lake, Argentina. July, 1998. — September, 2011
Uruguay Forests, March, 1975 — February, 2009
Great Man-Made River, Libya, April, 1987 — April, 2010
The greatest engineering project in the world. This water system consists of a network of pipes, aqueducts and wells more than 500 metres deep which provides the desert area with water.
Toboggan Glacier, Alaska. June, 1909 — September, 2000
If these pictures didn’t buzzed the alarm in your head, then nothing can, until and unless you are affected by it directly. It’s high time that we understand our responsibility towards the nature and keep check on the damage we are causing to this planet.
Credits: NASA Website