“One Planet, Many People” – New Atlas using Landsat imagery

The United Nations Environment Programme recently published One Planet, Many People: Atlas of Our Changing Environment, using 30 years of before-and-after Landsat images for 80 sites around the world to provide “insights into the many ways people around the world have changed, and continue to change, the environment.”
It is hardcover, and looks really nice, but at $150 US and $20 US to ship to Europe, $30 US elsewhere, I don’t think I can afford it. Still, it would be a great addition to many libraries.

Via Landsat Project website

Addition:  As pointed out by the CCA blog the chapters are actually available for download from the book’s homepage on the UNEP website.

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