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Egypt’s Ministry of Environment Launches Campaign to Clean Up Wadi El Gemal National Park

A positive environmental effort in cooperation with local members of society.

wadi el gemal valley of the camels

In a spot of environmental news this fine Monday evening, Egypt’s Ministry of Environment set out to spruce up the Red Sea Governorate’s Wadi El Gemal National Park, in an effort to protect and maintain the country’s biodiversity.

The campaign was launched in cooperation with local entities the likes of Abnaa al-Ababdah, the Tourism and Environment Association, as well as members from Wadi El Gemal’s diving centre.

Participants in the campaign went on to clean the park of plastic bags and rubbish, eventually transferring them to Marsa Alam’s public dump for further processing.

Main image from white shark travel.