A Wwf Project With Google Wwf On Google Earth
All the person looking for some information about the work of WWF around all the world, now will be able to find information about it on the mapping service of Google Earth. Trying to stop the all global warming before it become too late, the WWF for Global Conservation Organization has announced that starting from today more than 160 of its main projects will be adding to the project Google Earth; the satellite imagery-based mapping product, and after it some WWF group says that the unchecked climate is changingand could drive up to 73% of the bird species in many areas toward extinction. All the person interested in the conservation - environment, starting from now could be able to visit WWF projects in many of the largest threatened and biologically diverse places of the world, from their home PC, and carry on new research to found that human-induced global warming; a key-reason because of the World lack of rain of 2007 has been so severe. This join in a team with Google Earth is a organic step for WWF, because we are handed over to protecting and monitoring all the environment. This common initiative will allow WWF to growth its conservation official speech or communication to a vast new audience. 'Dangerous' Global Warming Feasible by 2007 - WWF-OSLO.
The world temperatures could spurt in just four decades to a doorstep. After that with less than 46 years of on-the-ground experiences, the WWF now is so excited because of the people everywhere could have the opportunity to zooming in a example of our projects and get some better understanding of how just big the preservation challenge could be and how some of that things we are carrying on to direct it to Emission Reduction, Climate Science and Solutions For Global Warming. The Gold Medalists Teddy Ligetiland and Julian Manchuso join the WWF to combat the global warming, America is already producing just enough clean energy to supply with power Los Angles and New York. All the users of Google Earth, now are able to learn and see on the geographical location in the picked out WWF projects, reading the descriptions on their PC and contact to WWF global web-site to get many more informations. So we are very pleased that the WWF preferred Google Earth for his sharing-platform, show ing their extraordinary significant conservation work, said Johnny Hanker, the Managing Director of the Google Earth and the Google Maps™.
The Google Earth has now shown to be the forceful resource for the environmental community and also for the WWF users needing to start learning more about the World next to them self. Now the Google Earth application has been downloaded by less than 230 million persons. Looking for the WWF on Google Earth, the users should first download Google Earth application. Than, after it the users could get the WWF in the Featured Content partition of their header. It is from there possible click the global awareness, then click WWF box.
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