Topic: Climate change

The beaches of the Maghreb countries are eroding faster than the rest of the world. So what is the solution? (photo: Getty Images)

Climate change in the MENA

Will North Africa's beaches disappear?

Local tourists disembark from a Pakistani army helicopter after they were rescued from flood-hit tourist areas in the north (photo: Abdul MAJEED/AFP)

Lives swept away

Rescued tourists recount Pakistan flood horror

 A boy collects water amid shortages and soaring temperature in the Iraqi village of al-Aghawat: dozens of villages depend on sporadic tanker-truck deliveries and salty wells (photo: Haidar INDHAR/AFP)

Boiling heat and no water

Taps run dry in southern Iraq

Mahatma Gandhi and Muhammed Ali Jinnah (photo: AP)

India and Pakistan – 75 years of independence

A pair of troubled nations

June 2022: Men demonstrate against a hike in fuel prices in Peshawar, Pakistan (photo: Reuters)

Pakistan turns 75

Islamabad has serious issues

Jahangir Alam and his wife Farida outside their slum dwelling in Dhaka, Bangladesh (photo: Dominik Muller)

Climate change in Bangladesh

The end of the line for climate migrants in Dhaka

No roads, no cars, no carbon dioxide: "The Line" is the name of a planned eco-super city in Saudi Arabia - 170 kilometers long, 200 meters wide and 500 meters high (photo: AFP Photo/NEOM)

'The Line' in Saudi Arabia

Mohammed bin Salman's febrile dream

Symbolic image: a hand holds a cotton boll against the sky (photo: China Photos/Getty Images)

Pakistan

Climate crisis impacts Pakistani cotton industry

The 3,400-year-old Bronze Age city in Iraq revealed by falling reservoir water levels (photo: Universities of Tübingen and Freiburg/KAO)

Archaeology in Iraq

Drought reveals Bronze Age city

 Salicornia, a succulent, is already being used as a salt replacement in burger patties, a rare farming success in the oil-rich United Arab Emirates which imports nearly all of its food (photo: Karim SAHIB/AFP)

Gulf states and sustainability

Desert-grown superfood puts 'healthy' burgers on UAE menus

Indonesian schools foster climate protection projects (photo: Annnuqayah boarding school)

Environmental jihad

Can "green Islam" save Indonesia from climate collapse?

View of part of the solar plant in Ouarzazate (photo: Abdelalil Bounhar/AP/picture-alliance)

MENA region and renewables

Solar energy – a golden opportunity

People ride during a sandstorm in the town of Khalis in Iraq's Diyala province on 3 July (photo: AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP)

Climate change in Middle East

Weathering sandstorms, Iraqis grit their teeth

Gas production plant in Algeria (photo: picture-alliance/dpa/R.Kramm)

Algeria‘s gas reserves

Is defending the environment terrorism?

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