Weekend Reading: Islamic Sustainability, Cairo’s Traffic Goes Mobile, and Recycling in Qatar
Steven A. Cook
March 14, 2014
Anti-Morsi protesters hold up posters of Egypt's army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi during a protest supporting al-Sisi in front of the state television building in central Cairo (Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Courtesy Reuters).
Arwa Aburawa interviews Professor Al Jayoussi about Islamic notions of sustainability.
Tafline Laylin discusses an award-winning Egyptian traffic app that helps users avoid the legendary Cairo traffic.
Andrew C. Clark reports on recycling initiatives in Qatar for EcoMENA.
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