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Environmental Politics in Egypt by Jeannie Sowers

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2 Managerial networks

Domestic institution-building and international engagement

For years, the late Professor of Botany Mohamed ‘Abd al-Fattah Kassas faithfully showed up early each morning to his Cairo University office. Former president of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the professor was an internationally respected expert on arid ecologies, with a particular affinity for the diverse species of plants, insects, and other under-appreciated denizens of desert areas.1 His office was full of papers, reports, and monographs, stacked precariously on bookshelves lining every wall, but he could find obscure conference documents in a matter of seconds. Down the corridor from his office was a small library housing the ...

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