4 edition of Water in the Arab world found in the catalog.
Water in the Arab world
by Published by the Division of Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Distributed by Harvard University Press in Cambridge, Mass
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Peter Rogers and Peter Lydon.|
|Contributions||Rogers, Peter P., 1937-, Lydon, Peter, 1937-, Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development., Harvard University. Division of Applied Science., Harvard University. Center for Middle Eastern Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HD1698.5 .W37 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 369 p. :|
|Number of Pages||369|
|LC Control Number||94037287|
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The change calls for intensified national legislative and planning efforts concerning water, with serious consideration of desalination. Access to safe water is a global concern and water scarcity is a key dimension of poverty in Arab countries. As population pressures in the region increase the demand for water resources rise and so further hamper efforts at alleviating poverty and promoting sustainable development in the region.
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Social Ecology in The Old Beginning and The One-Armed ManThe late U.S. playwright Horton Foote () wrote over 85 plays about the American south. His setting in .The Arab world has a combined population of around million inhabitants (as of ) and a gross domestic product of $ trillion ().
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