The Middle East and North Africa is warming at twice the global average – impacts are being seen in communities and the natural world throughout the region.
A series of documentaries produced by Greenpeace MENA presenting the grave impact of climate change on communities and the natural world around the region.
How Tunisian farmers are living the impacts of climate change,and why bees are so important to them, and what responsibility lies in the hands of polluters.
How even Egypt’s Red Sea corals are affected by climate change, what makes them more resilient than others, and why are they important to local and international communities?
A story of how the emblematic cedar trees of Lebanon are disappearing, because of increasing temperatures and diseases, as well as the solutions that can save them.
What is left when a culture is at risk of disappearing due to climate change?
Algerian date farmers are drowning under sand, and the ancient city of Tipasa is at risk of drowning under water.
Qulaan, one of the last tribal fishing villages along the Egyptian Red Sea coast, and a protected area, has gone from powered by diesel to powered by the sun.
Rising temperatures, drought and seasonal disruption in weather patterns threatens Egypt’s farms and orchards.