A Year in the Life of Earth’s CO₂

NASA's visual depiction of carbon emissions

Climate change is a global issue, and it can be hard to wrap your head around. This supercomputer model from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, a major space research lab, shows a year of our planet’s carbon dioxide emissions in just a few minutes.

The swirling colors are strangely beautiful. But the underlying reality is not. As the video shows, greenhouse gases cover the globe, regardless of where they are emitted. Carbon-based fuels for transportation are a big part of the problem, which is why we are working every day to prove that our cities don’t need massive freeways to carry everyone in and out of the central core to function.

In fact (as you may have heard) for many jobs, Anywhere Works! When you work where you are, you’re helping to make a new way of working a reality. 

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