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With a knock on the door, Egypt aims to turn families greener
by Menna A. Farouk
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
2 February 2020
On 2 February 2020 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
As it tries to address climate change and better preserve its environment, Egypt is turning to women, who make many household decisions. Egypt has been stepping up efforts to preserve its environment and address climate change, through measures as diverse as introducing electric buses, boosting renewable energy, and trying to ban plastic bags.
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