Climate change may render the Gulf states and North Africa unlivable, NBC News reported.
According to Egyptian Meteorological Authority representative Ashraf Zaki, the past three summers have been among the hottest recorded, and humidity levels have risen, along with the number of heat waves.
Temperatures in the region regularly hit 95-100 degrees Fahrenheit, and in July, Algeria hit 124.34 degrees Fahrenheit.
In addition to the heat, Alexandria Research Center for Adaptation to Climate Change Director Mohamed Abdrabo noted that the rising sea level is causing the Nile Delta, as well as other Mediterranean areas, to become “inundated” by a sea level rise, flooding the area and bringing in salt water.
Read more at Arutz Sheva.