Green is clean

March 1999
Middle East;Mar99, Issue 288, Tunisia p12
Focuses on the role of Tunisian Environment Minister Mohamed Mehdi Mlika in the success of green revolution efforts in the country. Incorporation of environmental laws into all aspects of life; Development of the cartoon character Labib in the agency's advertising campaigns; Number of sewage treatment plants in operation; Emphasis on public information.


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