The Land and Water Institute organizes a workshop on the impact of seawater diversion on land degradation in the north of the delta
Dr. Mohamed Al-Khuli, Director of the Institute for Land, Water and Environment Research, said that, in the framework of cooperation between the Institute and international organizations, a workshop entitled "The impact of the diversion of seawater as it relates to climate change on land degradation in the North Nile Delta region... Egypt. "
in cooperation with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
The workshop discussed collaboration between the Institute and FAO in support of the impact of climate change on the territory of the delta governorates.
For his part, Dr. Mohamed Abdel-Aziz, Under-Secretary of the Land Research and Studies Institute, said that the problem of seawater intrusion required further in-depth studies to minimize the adverse effects of this phenomenon on soil and vegetation.
In a related context, Al-Khuli said that the Institute of Land, Water and Environment had also organized a workshop entitled "The Role of Soil in Participating in the Achievement of Sustainable Agricultural Development Goals."