Thursday, March 15, 2007

Take your chance with Google Earth

People looking for information about WWF’s work around the world will now be able to find it on the Google Earth™ mapping service.

The global conservation organization announced that from today more than 150 of its projects will be added to Google Earth, the satellite imagery-based mapping product.

“People interested in conservation and the environment now will be able to visit WWF projects in some of the world’s most threatened and biologically diverse places from their home computers,” said WWF International’s Director General James Leape.

Users of Google Earth will be able to learn about the geographical location of selected WWF projects, read a description of each and be directed to WWF’s global website,, for more information.

The article by WWF, read more

I think it's really a great opportunity for internet users to look through various projects of WWF, to know more about biologically important secured places all over the world.

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