Visit random places around the Earth in Google Maps. Click the "Teleport" button and Globe Genie will zap you to a new location.
Today most city skies are free of stars. About 80% of North Americans live under light-polluted skies, not dark enough to see the Milky Way. But a growing number of preserved dark sky places and an emerging astrotourism industry are helping to reclaim the starry nights.
The volume of natural resources traded globally has increased over 60% since the turn of the century, reflecting and reinforcing new economic and geopolitical realities and bringing new environmental and social challenges -- as well as opportunities. Now everyone can explore these fast-evolving dynamics through Chatham House's comprehensive and accessible data and insights into resource trade.
This Chrome experiment from Google lets you trace lines around a canvas, and automatically finds maps which correlate to your art.
Explore maps and graphs of historical and projected climate trends in your local area. View data by topics to see how climate change will impact things you care about.