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What makes Egypt highly vulnerable to climate change

As Egypt prepares to host the COP27 global climate summit in November, the country’s own climate vulnerabilities are coming into focus. The Nile Delta—where agriculture employs one-fifth of the country’s workforce—is being hammered by rising sea levels, rising temperatures, and a growing shortage of water.

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What makes Egypt highly vulnerable to climate change
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    The Nile Delta isn’t ready for climate change

    The Nile Delta isn’t ready for climate change

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    Egypt has an $8 billion adaptation plan, but for now its agricultural economy is at risk from climate change, water scarcity, inflation, and urbanization.

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