Highly flammable Mazut oil leaked from the cool water unit of Al-the Hamra electricity station in Assiut on Friday, causing 10 water stations to close

About 25 million birds are illegally hunted and killed or captured every year in countries bordering the Mediterranean, and many of these countries have adopted a policy of looking the other way wh

Nitrogen oxides, released from fossil fuel use and other combustion processes, affect air quality and climate. From the mid-1990s onward, nitrogen dioxide (NO2) has been monitored from space, and since 2004 with relatively high spatial resolution by the Ozone Monitoring Instrument. Strong upward NO2 trends have been observed over South and East Asia and the Middle East, in particular over major cities.

About 25 million birds are being unlawfully shot, trapped and glued in a Mediterranean crime wave that is even affecting birds vulnerable to extinction, according to the first report of its kind.

Almost 100 people have died in Egypt as temperatures soared this month, including patients at a psychiatric hospital.

A report issued by Egypt’s Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) on International Youth Day said on Wednesday that 27.8% of young people in Egypt are poor and 24.1% live on

Cairo — Fifteen citizens died on Wednesday due to elevated temperatures, the Health Ministry said on Thursday, raising the death toll of the latest heat wave to hit Egypt to 76 this week.

Egyptian youth represent 23.6% of the total population, around 20.7m, and around 26.3% of those youth suffer unemployment, while 51.2% suffer poverty, according to a 2015 report that was issued by

A scorching heat wave has gripped Egypt this week, killing at least 42 people, including a German man, three patients in a psychiatric hospital and three detainees at a jail, officials said Tuesday

Although more than 90% of Europeans, Japanese and North Americans are aware(Reuters)
Some 40% of adults worldwide have never heard of climate change, a study has found.