Tunisia climate: Economy hit by coastal erosion

Two-thirds of Tunisia's population lives along its coast. But climate change is threatening their habitat and livelihoods.

    Tunisia's beaches are disappearing because of rising sea levels and erosion.

    The economy relies heavily on tourism along its coastline, where a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites are also under threat.

    Al Jazeera's Sara Khairat reports From Carthag,


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