“Environmental Crisis in Baghdad Reaches Critical Levels”

by Abbas Adil

Shafaqna India: The environmental crisis in Baghdad has reached alarming levels, as reported by Shafaq News Agency. Drone photos reveal a sobering view of Baghdad, from the Saydiya and Dora highways to Mansour, Al-Jadiriya, and Al-Bayaa, including the Dora power plant and the Tigris River. Once upscale areas known for lush greenery now suffer from severe pollution.

These regions, which previously boasted vibrant trees and green spaces, are now plagued by pervasive environmental pollution. The skies are filled with dust, and clouds of contamination envelop the city, making Baghdad resemble a vast desert, stripped of its former greenery and vegetation.

Source: Shafaq news

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