Reflecting on Copenhagen and Climate Change Effects In Morocco

As the world seeks a deal on global warming in Copenhagen, the Middle East and North Africa remain one of the most vulnerable regions in the world to climate change.

The region is one of the worlds’ most water-scarce and driest, with a high dependency on climate-sensitive agriculture and a large share of its population and economic activity in flood-prone urban coastal zones. Morocco is one North African country where the effects of climate change are becoming increasingly apparent.

For a comprehensive view on what’s happening in MENA region countries, please visit Daniella’s report: The Middle Eastern View of Copenhagen

::NTV

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