Google is using its Google Earth mapping tool to simulate on a 3D map of the world the predicted effects of climate change until the year 2100.
Using data provided by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Google created new layers for Google Earth showing the range of expected temperature and precipitation changes under different global emissions scenarios that could occur throughout the century.
Google hoping that allowing people to visualise the impacts of climate change on a 3D map of the world will compel more people to speak up about the issue.
"If we were not to dramatically reduce our emissions, the global average temperature is expected to rise as much as 4 or more degrees Celsius by the end of this century, and that would cause severe damage to natural systems and human health and wellbeing," Gore says in the introductory video.
"In addition, the destabilisation and extensive melting of the Greenland and west Antarctic ice sheets ... has increased dramatically since 1979 and could cause global sea levels to rise between four and 12 metres, with each metre causing roughly another 100 million refugees."
The new layers for Google Earth is Known as the COP15, which you can download from here
By 2050s, Increase in water stress in Australia
By 2090s, Projection of temperature change in Australia
By 2090s, Projection of temperature change in Arctic Circle
By 2071-2100, species turnover in South America.
By 2050s, water stress in africa and europe.
The sea level rise today in Bangladesh
Predicted effect of a 4-metre rise in sea levels in Bangladesh