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Al-Diwaniyah Environment Warns Of Widespread Desertification

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Post by rocky Tue 12 Apr 2022, 6:13 am

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Information/Baghdad.. The
Directorate of Environment of Diwaniyah warned, on Tuesday, of the danger of expanding desertification as a result of the lack of rain and the scarcity of water in the Tigris and Euphrates rivers and their negative impact on the environmental, agricultural and economic reality.
The director general of the directorate, Asaad Nazim Jabr, said in a statement that "the water scarcity and the decrease in the imports of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers and the lack of rain have caused great environmental effects, represented by the decline of green spaces and the increase in the rate of desertification and drought, which contributed to an increase in the rates of dust storms."
Jabr pointed out that "the environmental teams continue to follow up on desertification and its effects through field visits that they constantly make to the lands spread in the governorate." finished/25
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