We all know that seeing is believing. Google Earth proved that one more time by rolling out a public benefit group . This non profit initiative can be used:
to capture the work you’re doing, the people you’re helping, the challenges you face and the change you’re helping to enable – all in the visual context of the environment in which these stories take place
For example check this Declan Butler’s Avian Flu Outbreaks as shown on Google Earth –
There are plenty of case studies to learn from. Webware post has more details on how to engage with the Google Earth team:
Organizations can now apply for grants for the Google Earth Pro program, which normally costs $400 per person per year, as well as technical support for its Keyhole Markup Language..
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