Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/TO-GO-WITH-AFP-STORY-BY-FATMA-AHMED-Egyp-27MDHUW0IX3Z.htmlConceptually similarLabour intensive crop-spraying in the Nile Delta, Egypt.GP0Y1LCompleted★★★★Washed up debris and rubbish. Dumyat on the Nile Delta, Egypt.GP0T0LCompleted★★★★Debris and rubbish on the banks of the Nile, Egypt.GP0XIBCompleted★★★★Destroyed Home on Molkhani IslandGP019IXCompleted★★★★YEMEN-DAILY LIFE-FISHINGGP1SWR2PIncoming★★★★OMAN-CYCLONE-SHAHEENGP1SW2QWIncoming★★★★YEMEN-CONFLICT-FISHINGGP1SWR3BIncoming★★★★TOPSHOT-YEMEN-CONFLICT-FISHINGGP1SWR3AIncoming★★★★Intrusion in Cattenom Nuclear Power Plant: Greenpeace France in CourtGP0STRMKACompleted★★★★View AllGP1SWJ94TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY FATMA AHMED EgypTO GO WITH AFP STORY BY FATMA AHMED Egyptian farmer Mohamed Hamid, 62, shows on December 16, 2009 the salt in the soil of his now infertile land in the Nile Delta region of Rosetta, 250 km northwest of the captial Cairo. Dramatic ecological changes and rising sea levels are threatening Egypt's Nile Delta which provides a third of the country's crops, raising food security fears in the Arab world's most populous country. Over the last hundred years, the Mediterranean which fronts the coast of the Nile Delta, has risen by 20 centimetres and saltwater intrusion has created a major challenge, experts say. AFP PHOTO/KHALED DESOUKI (Photo credit should read KHALED DESOUKI/AFP via Getty Images), 96228603Date:16 Dec, 2009Credit:© KHALED DESOUKI / AFP via Getty ImagesMaximum size:3504px X 2336pxRestrictions:Not Released (NR) TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY FATMA AHMEDShoot:Getty Images CERVarious Getty images by different photographers and from different locations and dates.