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World - International
8/30/2023 7:05:58 PM
Climate change has sharply boosted the risk of fast-spreading wildfires, according to a Californian study published Wednesday that offers lessons for prevention after recent disasters in Canada, Greece and Hawaii.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
8/29/2023 8:28:08 PM
The key factor impeding climate cooperation today is the international order in which nationalism reigns supreme, writes Haro Karkour

World - International
8/29/2023 11:54:16 AM
Jeanette Kiokun, the tribal clerk for the Qutekcak Native Tribe in Alaska, doesn't immediately recognize the shriveled, brown plant she finds on the shore of the Salish Sea or others that were sunburned during the long, hot summer. But a fellow student at a weeklong tribal climate camp does.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Egypt
8/24/2023 9:30:00 AM
A new study sets out some easy steps to reduce the summer heat in Egypt’s cities.

World - International
8/23/2023 1:51:16 PM
Around 100,000 people have been evacuated from flooded villages in Pakistan's Punjab province, emergency services said on Wednesday.

World - International
8/20/2023 9:22:13 PM
Sweltering temperatures lingered Sunday in a large swath of the central US, causing misery from the Gulf of Mexico almost to the Great Lakes.

Egypt - Foreign Affairs
8/19/2023 9:33:08 PM
Egypt's Minister of Environment Yasmine Fouad called for unifying African efforts and voices in climate events in preparation for the upcoming UN Climate Conference (COP 28), due to take place in Dubai in November.

World - International
8/19/2023 6:42:42 PM
Greek authorities on Saturday ordered seven villages evacuated near the northeastern border with Turkey due to a large summer wildfire burning out of control and whipped on by high winds.

COP27 - Climate change
8/19/2023 9:54:09 AM
Dr. Mahmoud Mohieldin, UN Climate Change High Level Champion for Egypt and UN Special Envoy on Financing 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, has stressed the importance of blended finance for climate and development action that combines domestic, external, public and private sources of funding.

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.

Al-Ahram Weekly - Opinion
8/16/2023 9:32:00 PM
A “Sadat moment” is that moment that marks a breakthrough in an intractable crisis. It happens thanks to a political initiative that triggers a shift in the negotiating climate, rendering it more conducive to the search for a solution.

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 - International
8/8/2023 6:16:41 PM
July was the hottest month ever recorded on Earth, the European Union's climate observatory confirmed Tuesday, warning of dire consequences.

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.

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