How Google Earth can lead big investigative stories in newsrooms

Through Google Earth, a journalist can do a big investigative land use or deforestation project. Photo | Techtrument-Unsplash
It can be accessed through phone and computer by mainly searching for the area of interest, viewing and finally getting the images that are needed. Photo | Thirfty Traveller.

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