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Climate change in the Mediterranean countries
0 250 km
Paris
Less precipitation
Climate change hotspot
1
More precipitation
Areas already under water stress
2
Mediterranean Sea basin
Genève
Low High Milan Venice
Zagreb
Moderate Very high
Rhône

Sea-level rise concern
Ebro
Marseille Nice
Sarajevo
B L A C K S E A
and most affected cities
Madrid
Coral bleaching
Barcelona
Rome
Istanbul
Areas where agricultural output
Valencia
Tirana
is projected to decrease by 2080
3 Naples
Thessaloniki Ankara
Malaria:
Current
Possible extension
Tanger
Palermo
Algiers
distribution
by 2050 Oran
Athens
Tunis
Izmir
Rabat
Adana
Aleppo
Sfax
M
E
D
Hims
I
T
E
Beirut
R
R
A
N
E A
N S E A
Damascus
Tripoli
Nile delta
Tel Aviv
/ Jaffa
Amman
Benghazi
Alexandria
Jerusalem
Cairo
Suez
Nil
e
Agricultural changes Melting of glaciers
R E D
Impact on fisheries Impact on mountain regions
S E A
Forest fires Changes in ecosystem
1: At a global scale, the overall Mediterranean basin is considered a hotspot.
2: Ratio between withdrawal and availability (2000).
3: Africa only.

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