Environmental Impact Assessment of the Planned Expansion of the Philadelphi Corridor at the Southern Border of the Gaza Strip

Posted in 2005 Papers

The paper discusses the environmental impact of Philadelphi Corridor that Israel is planning to expand. First, it gives an introduction about the Israeli continuous activities in the Gaza area, specifically the southern border, then moves on to discuss coastal and land resources, the situation of Rafah district, and the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt. An impact assessment of the different Israeli activities is then presented, and the idea of Israel trying to stay in control of of all entries of Gaza strip id discussed.

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