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ooden boats carrying passengers sailing along the Nile along the temple of Philae in Aswan, Egypt, North Africa
COP27 host hopes low-cost sand dikes can help hold back the Mediterranean Sea and protect the homes and incomes of people in the country's breadbasket
Thomson Reuters Foundation,
Scientist Sam Purkis discovered evidence of a 500-year-old landslide, and a sizable tsunami, that could have implications for coastline development of coastlines in Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
University of Miami
This article aims to provide a thorough assessment of water quality and quantity incorporating the estimation of future patterns as a result of climate change from economic, environmental and social perspectives.
Natural Hazards (Springer)

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Egypt is considered highly vulnerable to climate change due to its primary dependence on the Nile River, which serves needs for potable water, agriculture, industry, fish farming, power generation, inland river navigation, mining, oil and gas exploration

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The preparation of this National Progress Report has been undertaken within the framework of the 2013-15 HFA Monitoring and Progress Review process, facilitated by UNISDR and the ISDR partnership.
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