Europe’s Mediterranean Neighbourhood
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Europe’s Mediterranean Neighbourhood

An Integrated Geography

Edited by Pierre Beckouche

Illustrated with pioneering maps and with country analyses from a network of researchers from across the Mediterranean, this book takes a territorial approach as a way toward a shared vision for a truly integrated Euro-Mediterranean region. At a time when the region is undergoing rapid change, the main goal of the book is to challenge misconceptions with common geographic data on issues such as transport, energy, agriculture, water and to suggest avenues for policies common to Europe and its southern neighbours.
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Chapter 2: Barriers for an integrated geography: the local data issue

Pierre Beckouche

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2 Barriers for an integrated geography: the local data issue In the previously raised issues, data and especially local data is often lacking in the South Mediterranean. Data on food security are scarce; companies do not release too many details ...

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