Water levels on the Nile have countries like Egypt worried

A man walks near a boat moored by the Nile river bank in Sudan's Northern State, near the Kassinger Islands, on Oct. 28, 2022. Climate change, pollution and exploitation is putting unsustainable pressure on one of the world's longest rivers, on which millions of Africans depend. (Ashraf Shazly/AFP/Getty Images)

Revelation 16:9 “They were scorched by the fierce heat, and they cursed the name of God who had power over these plagues. They did not repent and give him glory.”

Important Takeaways:

  • Short on fresh water, North Africa turns to desalination for water security
  • Low water levels reveal dry, crusty banks of the Nile River.
  • As the host country of the COP27 climate conference, Egypt kept water security front and center.
  • Egypt is angling to increase its desalination capacity, with the goal of quadrupling output by building 17 new desalination plants over the next five years.
  • The down side the process is energy intensive

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