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Dinosaurs Invade Arab Roads
by Najib Saab
February 2006

Since Gottlieb Daimler and Karl Benz developed the first automobile petrol engine at the end of the 19th century, and Henry Ford built the first mass production car factory in 1913, technology has advanced tremendously and the perspective to cars and their functions has changed drastically.
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The Environment's share of oil revenues
by Najib Saab
November 2005

Income from oil exports increased in the countries of the Middle East and Central Asia by 465 billion USD during the last three years. While additional revenues reached 50 billions in 2003, it skyrocketed to 126 billions in 2004 and exceeded 289 billions in 2005.
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AN ARAB STATEMENT TO THE EARTH SUMMIT
By Najib Saab
The Daily Star 31 August 2002

One-hundred heads of state will kick off the biggest international talkshow in history on Monday morning in Johannesburg. The official name of the show is World Summit on Sustainable Development.
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WTO and Globalization: Will Protestors Go to Doha?
By Najib Saab
September 2001

As Qatar prepares to host the next ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organization, the anti-globalization movement continues to expand, and has garnered so far hundreds of thousands of protestors who came from 100 countries to the Italian city of Genoa a few weeks ago to protest the Summit of 8, and had previously hindered the WTO meeting 2 years ago in Seattle, U.S.A.
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Arab Environment in 10 Years
ARAB ENVIRONMENT IN 10 YEARS crowns a decade of the series of annual reports produced by the Arab Forum for Environment and Development (AFED) on the state of Arab environment. It tracks and analyzes changes focusing on policies and governance, including level of response and engagement in international environmental treaties. It also highlights developments in six selected priority areas, namely water, energy, air, food, green economy and environmental scientific research.
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