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Business - Energy
8/17/2023 12:30:23 PM
After riding the fossil fuel boom for decades, Gulf Arab states are eyeing "green" hydrogen as they try to transition their economies and ease the climate crisis at a stroke.

Egypt - Health
8/16/2023 7:00:08 PM
Egypt and China signed a deal to collaborate on developing drought and salt-tolerant crops to overcome water scarcity and salinity in Egypt as the country confronts the major impacts of climate change.

Life & Style - Food
8/16/2023 11:41:38 AM
When the devastating wildfire ripped through Hawaii's Lahaina community last week, some of the archipelago's most renowned chefs sprang into action to help as best they could: in the kitchen.

World - Region
8/14/2023 10:32:36 AM
Iraqi merchant Mohamed has never seen such a grim tourist season: years of drought have shrunken the majestic Lake Habbaniyah, keeping away the holidaymakers who once flocked there during summer.

World - Region
8/13/2023 8:08:40 PM
Temperatures in Morocco have for the first time on record topped 50 degrees Celsius (120 Fahrenheit), the North African country's meteorological service said Sunday amid a scorching heatwave.

World - International
8/9/2023 3:44:54 PM
Temperatures are expected to hit 44 degrees Centigrade (111 Fahrenheit) in Spain and Portugal on Wednesday as the two countries boil under their third heatwave of the summer.

World - International
8/8/2023 8:54:08 PM
Amazon rainforest nation leaders met Tuesday for the first time in 14 years to find common ground on fueling economic development while protecting an ecosystem vital to the battle against climate change.

World - Region
8/7/2023 10:14:03 AM
Iraqi villager Omar Ziad gazes at the cracked and barren earth where his fish farm once stood, lost to water conservation efforts during a devastating four-year drought.

Al-Ahram Weekly - World
8/5/2023 9:19:00 AM
The ten countries of the Sahel region of Africa, with a combined population of over 150 million people, are grappling with the devastating effects of climate change, weak governance, and a lack of political will to provide protection to their citizens.

Life & Style - Health
8/4/2023 6:43:44 PM
The world's oceans set a temperature record in the past week, with their surface hitting 20.96 degrees Celsius (69.7 Fahrenheit), European Union climate observatory data showed on Friday.

World - International
8/2/2023 7:07:10 PM
Human-caused global warming made July hotter for four out of five people on Earth, with more than 2 billion people feeling climate change-boosted warmth daily, according to a flash study.

World - Africa
8/2/2023 2:03:26 PM
The heads of UN food and agriculture agencies wrapped up a three-day visit to South Sudan Tuesday, calling for increased investments in the country to avoid a catastrophic food crisis.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Focus
8/1/2023 6:37:26 PM
The current Cerberus heat wave gripping southern Europe is among the worst that has ever affected the continent, bringing home the reality of global climate change, writes Sawsan Samy Elawady

Egypt - Society
7/31/2023 11:04:00 PM
Egypt will start on Tuesday applying a temporary detailed nationwide plan to reduce electricity load amid increased consumption due to the heat wave, which will include the time and duration of power cuts in each district.

World - International
7/31/2023 8:24:05 PM
The UN's cultural agency UNESCO on Monday recommended that Venice be added to its list of world heritage in danger, saying the Italian authorities needed to step up efforts to secure the historic city and its surrounding lagoon.

Life & Style - Health
7/29/2023 9:41:55 AM
Some experts believe climate change is the cause behind tick-borne illnesses.

World - International
7/28/2023 4:52:25 PM
Environment ministers from G20 nations failed to agree on peaking global emissions by 2025 and other crucial issues to address the global climate crisis at their meeting in India on Friday, France's representative said.

World - International
7/27/2023 6:26:35 PM
UN and EU monitors said Thursday that July is set to be the hottest month in recorded history and likely "unprecedented" for thousands of years, warning that this was a taste of the world's climate future.

World - International
7/27/2023 6:02:15 PM
UN chief Antonio Guterres on Thursday pleaded for immediate radical action on climate change, saying that record-shattering July temperatures show Earth has passed from a warming phase into an "era of global boiling."

World - Region
7/27/2023 1:08:11 PM
From Tunisia to Morocco, sun-baked North Africa has embarked on a building spree of plants that purify sea and wastewater as climate change intensifies droughts in the water-scarce region.

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