Now I've Seen Everything
Now I've Seen Everything

15 Alarming Pictures Showing How Fast Our Planet Is Changing

There are so many negative things that affect our planet every single day way more than we realize. The temperature is rising dangerously, ice keeps melting and over flooding costal areas, and more and more species become extinct. There are ways we can help stabilize the situation and not let it get worse, but this will require the entire planet’s efforts.

At Now I’ve Seen Everything we try to keep people informed about climate change and there is nothing more evident about this phenomenon than these 15 pictures.

As long as the ice on land continues melting, sea levels will continue rising.

Gorgeous Victoria Falls has turned into a little stream.

Mar Chiquita Lake, Argentina. July, 1998— September, 2011

We lose our forests (and its animals) as they’re burning all over the world.

The Aral Sea, which used to be the fourth-largest lake in the world, has been divided into parts.

Qori Kalis Glacier, Peru. July, 1978 — July, 2011

Climate change caused an 89% decrease in new coral on the Great Barrier Reef.

Forests in Rondonia, Brazil. June, 1975 — August, 2009

Deforestation in Indonesia has made it one of the countries with the highest greenhouse gas emissions.

Powell Lake, Arizona and Utah. March, 1999 — May, 2014

In just 6 years, Aculeo Lake disappeared as if it never existed.

Drought exposed a dolmen that was submerged in a reservoir.

This lake was once the largest in the Middle East, but it has been shrinking for decades.

Aral Sea, Central Asia. August, 2000 — August, 2014

Theewaterskloof Dam, which was in South Africa, is also gone.

Have you noticed any differences in the environment where you live? Are there as many trees as there was decades ago?

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