Development--At What Price?

Masri, Rania
January 1999
Arab Studies Quarterly;Winter99, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p117
Academic Journal
Discusses the environmental management in Lebanon. Examples of environmental legislation; Why most laws regarding the environment were not implemented; Impact of urbanization on arable lands; Quality of drinking water in Lebanon; Use of asbestos fiber in infrastructural development.


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