High in the sky, with a keen focus on changes below

Daily Climate: The message on the monitors was clear: Nine images from satellites circling the top of the globe, each showing summer ice extent for a different year from 2002 to 2011, yet none coming close to the historic average. Then the screens flickered, and up came nine snapshots of a dying Aral Sea from 2000 to 2009, the blue-green waters never wetting more than a portion of the dry lakebed. Some of it is showing how beautiful the planet is. But some of it is giving people a new way of looking at something......

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