Pollution in Egypt Pushing Farmers Out

December 14, 2018 12:25 PM
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Researchers in Egypt say their country is especially vulnerable to the effects of climate change, pointing to the falling discharge levels and reduced crop yields in the historically fertile Nile River Delta. Among the biggest casualties have been people — farmers, who migration experts say are leaving their land in large numbers and going to the cities. Cairo videographer Hamada Elrasam has more.