Why Egypt's lifeline is drying up | Nile Conflict
The River Nile. One of the world’s most ancient and legendary waterways, bringing life to otherwise inhospitable regions of Egypt.
But the Nile is slowly dying, its tributaries and channels drying up and threatening the livelihoods of millions who depend on its nourishing waters. Some of this is the natural cycle of the river – parts of the Nile have dried up before, making entire cities like ancient Meroe vanish. But a major construction project upriver is further endangering the life of the river. We explore what’s happening and look at the possible solutions to this impending tragedy.
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🗞Today DER STANDARD also published an article about the conflict (german):
Video Creator & Producer: Philip-Jaime Alcazar
Voice-Over: Sophie Kozeluh
Production Assistant: Katrin Blass
Graphics: Jörg Eisenprobst
Thumbnail Design: Madita Kloss
Audio Mix: Stefan Fiedler
Original Production: Nile - The Ultimate River by Harald Pokieser
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