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Environmental Challenges in the Mediterranean 2000-2050

Proceedings
Edited By: Antonio Marquina
400 pages, 14pp in colour
Publisher: Springer Nature
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Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop, held in Madrid, Spain, 2-5 October 2002.

The book stresses the six key structural factors that will affect future environmental policies in the Mediterranean region during the next fifty years: population growth, climate change, soil erosion and desertification, water scarcity, food production, and urbanization and pollution. The contributors point out the potential of all these problems as sources of violent conflict, their policy implications, and the possibilities for the development of preventive policies, based on cooperative strategies.

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Proceedings
Edited By: Antonio Marquina
400 pages, 14pp in colour
Publisher: Springer Nature
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