SceneChanges is the work of Pat Hackbarth, an avid reader and sometime writer who, in the course of doing graduate work in geography, couldn’t help but link various environmental stressors with literary works featuring the landscapes in question. As the literary landscape wreckage piled up, she began to think of collecting a number of examples in a form that could bring the larger picture to serious readers, with suggestions for constructive action. Several writers gave the project two thumbs up, and an editor suggested an online format to enable both general accessibility and easy updating of such a timely topic. This website is the result. A number of teachers looking for interactive projects for their students inspired the ongoing addition of links to Google's Earth Engine and its timelapse images (look for more of these coming up). The potential for new pages is likely to continue until humans stop despoiling the Earth or writers stop writing books, whichever comes first.