The drastic effects of direct and indirect human impact on the environment, including the effects of climate change, are revealed in the Twelfth Edition of the Times Comprehensive Atlas of the World.
Update: OK that’s ^^^ my replacement sentence for this one I cut and pasted straight from the Telegraph yesterday and have now struck through. (I even changed the title of this post, after William wisely nudged me to revisit this story sooner than I would have done otherwise.) My suggested edits on the introductory text follow in this blue box quote too:
The drastic effects of climate change across the globe are disclosed in a new world atlas.
Example 1: Images showing deforestation (by mankind) in Iguaçu, South America taken
2033 years apart: Left 1973^22 Feb 1972^, right ^12 May^ 2003 (dated thumbnails here!)
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