Environmental movement in the Arab world

  title={Environmental movement in the Arab world},
  author={Salpie Sarkis Djoundourian},
  journal={Environment, Development and Sustainability},
  • S. Djoundourian
  • Published 20 February 2011
  • Political Science
  • Environment, Development and Sustainability
The paper conducts a comparative study across the Arab world in the Middle East and Africa to determine whether variations exist in environmental performance. Using various indicators of performance, including the 2010 environmental performance index and the total number of international environmental agreements signed, ratified, or accessed by individual governments, the paper concludes that the Arab world is at par with the developing world with its environmental performance. The paper… Expand
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