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Environmental activists warn of a disaster destroying the ecosystem in the Great Marsh


Activists working in environmental protection have expressed their concern about the risk of extinction facing turtles and rodents in the wetlands of the Great Marsh in the occupied Arab state of Ahwaz. This is due to the increase in exploratory activities in the petrochemicals, oil, and gas sectors.

Environmental activists have issued a sharp warning about the dangers of destruction facing the Great Marsh, which is considered one of the most important wetland areas in the world.

The activists pointed out that human activities, especially exploration in the petrochemicals, oil, and gas sectors, are causing severe destruction to the natural environment of the area, affecting wildlife, water resources, and the overall ecological balance.

The activists emphasized the need to address this growing threat by adopting clear and effective measures to protect the Great Marsh and prevent the degradation of its ecosystem. This includes monitoring and regulating human activities, enhancing environmental awareness, and promoting the sustainable use of natural resources.

Amid the increasing challenges facing the environment, environmental activists renewed their call for comprehensive cooperation and joint efforts to preserve biodiversity and maintain vital ecosystems, to ensure the survival of the Great Marsh as one of the most important environmental habitats in the world.

Environmental activists stressed the importance of educational and public participation activities being supported by scientific and academic backing, highlighting widespread environmental violations in the wetlands of the Great Marsh.

This warning comes in the context of UNESCO’s 2030 document focusing on protecting, restoring, and enhancing the sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainable management of forests, combating desertification, and halting and reversing land degradation and biodiversity destruction.

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