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In preparation for the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development which took place in Rio de Janeiro last June, the societies of the Middle East and North Africa have been questioning themselves on the socio-economic and environmental challenges lying ahead. For decades, sustainable development has not been a priority for the policy makers of the region. Today, however, there are some encouraging signs of a shift towards different, and more far-sighted, models of growth.