Mediterranean faces climatic catastrophe

George, Alan
January 1998
Middle East;Jan98, Issue 274, p17
Focuses on the Greenpeace report `Climate Change and the Mediterranean Region,' which warns of the effects global warming will have on the climate of various Middle Eastern countries. Author of report; Impact of climatic changes on efforts for sustainable development in the Mediterranean region; Potential consequences of global warming; Countries that will be greatly affected.


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