Global Environmental Snapshot

July 2011
Cyprus Country Review;2011, p198
Country Report
The article presents information on the global environmental conditions, including the growing risk of disertification in Africa, the impact of the dramatic landscape transformation in Western Europe, and the serious concern on the water resource vulnerability in the Middle and Near East.


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