Climate change is real – the famous Nile river is drying up


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Lush green fields blanket northern Egypt’s Nile Delta, but the country’s agricultural heartland and its vital fresh water resources are under threat from a warming climate.

The fertile arc-shaped basin is home to nearly half the country’s population, and the river that feeds it provides Egypt with 90% of its water needs.

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