Despite committing to hold an environment-friendly grand football World Cup in 2022, experts believe that in absence of drastic preventive measures climate change is posing a challenge to human survival in Qatar and other Gulf nations.
Speaking to Anadolu Agency, Neeshad Shafi, the founder of the Qatar-based Arab Youth Climate Movement, said that the Gulf countries could face an unlivable situation if the governments do not take drastic steps like the ones they are taking currently to stem the spread of coronavirus of COVID-19 pandemic.
The region is already experiencing environmental hazards like an increase in sea level, high temperature, ocean

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