Uncovering the Ecological Shadow of Conflict: The Environmental Crisis in Gaza
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This article explores the overlooked ecological consequences of the Israel-Gaza conflict. It highlights the extensive damage inflicted on natural ecosystems, such as coastal wetlands and agricultural fields, leading to biodiversity loss and ecological imbalance. The article delves into the pollution caused by warfare, affecting air and water quality, and the challenges in environmental cleanup. It underscores the long-term ecological implications of the conflict and emphasizes the crucial role of international environmental aid and local efforts in ecological restoration and sustainable land management.