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Author Luomi, Mari, author.

Title The Gulf monarchies and climate change : Abu Dhabi and Qatar in an era of natural unsustainability / Mari Luomi.

Published New York : Oxford University Press, 2014.

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Physical description 1 online resource
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary At the heart of Mari Luomi's book is whether oil- and natural gas-dependent rentier monarchies can keep their natural resource use and the environment in balance. By examining the cases of Abu Dhabi and Qatar, she argues that the Gulf monarchies have already reached their limits of 'natural sustainability'. Luomi reveals how Abu Dhabi and Qatar have responded to these new natural resource-related pressures, particularly climate change, and how their responses are inextricably linked with elite legitimacy strategies and the 'natural unsustainability' of their political economies.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on September 3, 2014).
Subject Climatic changes -- United Arab Emirates -- Abū Ẓaby.
Climatic changes -- Qatar.
Sustainability -- United Arab Emirates -- Abū Ẓaby.
Sustainability -- Qatar.
Conservation of natural resources -- United Arab Emirates -- Abū Ẓaby.
Conservation of natural resources -- Qatar.
ISBN 9780190214142 (ebook) : No price