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Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
7/13/2024 3:00:00 PM
Higher temperatures caused by climate change are threatening agricultural yields in Egypt, with further scientific research needed to secure them.

Egypt - Society
7/11/2024 1:39:00 PM
Egypt braces for an extreme heatwave, expected to peak on Thursday and Friday.

Life & Style - Health
7/10/2024 9:50:49 PM
Climate change combined with pollution from farming and forestry could flip northern Europe's Baltic Sea from being a sponge for CO2 to a source of the planet-warming gas, scientists studying told AFP.

World - International
7/8/2024 10:08:57 AM
Last month was the hottest June on record across the globe, the EU's climate monitor said Monday, capping half a year of wild and destructive weather from floods to heatwaves.

World - International
6/29/2024 9:28:56 AM
War and funding shortfalls have hampered progress toward the United Nations' flagship development goals which include action to combat climate change, the organization's Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on Friday.

World - International
6/27/2024 2:51:42 PM
Veteran US diplomat John Kerry warned Thursday that the need to quickly and widely deploy climate technology to curb planet-heating emissions would be "hurt irreparably" by a Donald Trump presidency.

Opinion -
6/26/2024 1:49:15 PM
Six months ago, at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Dubai (COP28), the world transcended geopolitical divides – something few believed possible – and united behind a realistic plan, known as the UAE Consensus, to promote sustainable prosperity and address the threat of climate change.

World - International
6/20/2024 4:20:26 PM
Human-caused climate change dialled up the thermostat and turbocharged the odds of this month's killer heat that has been baking the Southwestern United States, Mexico and Central America, a new flash study found.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Focus
6/17/2024 10:21:00 PM
How a community project is restoring mangrove forests in Egypt and helping to combat climate change

World - Region
6/17/2024 4:53:15 PM
In the Libyan village of Kabaw in the Nafusa Mountains, M'hamed Maakaf waters an ailing fig tree as climate change pushes villagers to forsake lands and livestock.

Opinion -
6/14/2024 2:44:03 PM
The task is immense, because Africa’s challenges are great. Nearly 500 million Africans live in poverty, while conflict, climate change, unsustainable debt burdens, and other crises cast a shadow over the continent’s economic outlook.

Egypt - Society
6/7/2024 3:45:05 PM
Southern Upper Egypt city of Aswan recorded a staggering temperature of 49.6 degrees Celsius in the shade on Thursday, marking one of the highest temperatures ever recorded in the region, according to the Egyptian Meteorological Authority (EMA).

World - International
6/5/2024 11:32:20 AM
Global warming has accelerated at an "unprecedented" pace as the window to limit rising temperatures within internationally-set targets closes, over 50 leading scientists warned in a study published on Wednesday.

World - International
6/3/2024 7:07:08 PM
Rescuers battled Monday to evacuate people from floods in southern Germany that have claimed four lives, as Chancellor Olaf Scholz called it a "warning" that climate change was getting worse.

World - International
5/28/2024 10:17:41 AM
Bangladeshi weather experts said Tuesday that a deadly cyclone that carved a swathe of destruction was one of the quickest-forming and longest-lasting they'd experienced, blaming climate change for the shift.

World - International
5/17/2024 1:21:23 PM
Fast-moving thunderstorms pummeled southeastern Texas on Thursday for the second time this month, killing at least four people, blowing out windows in high-rise buildings, downing trees and knocking out power to more than 900,000 homes and businesses in the Houston area.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Focus
5/15/2024 10:34:00 AM
Al-Ahram Weekly sheds light on human stories of migration in Africa and the MENA region as a result of climate change.

World - International
5/11/2024 12:20:14 PM
Flash floods that have ripped through northern Afghanistan left more than 200 people dead in a single province, the United Nations said on Saturday.

World - Africa
5/10/2024 5:15:07 PM
Abdi Hussein sat alone on a Kenyan road strewn with ramshackle tents bound with plastic strings and covered with tarpaulins, peering into the sea of rust-coloured flood water.

World - International
4/24/2024 4:56:48 PM
The Taliban government has entered its first talks with the United Nations, donors, and non-governmental organizations over the impact of climate change in Afghanistan, organizers said Wednesday.

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