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Qatar, Kuwait & UAE’s Ecological Footprint Biggest in World: WWF

 

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Here’s a list Qatar would not want to top: The World Wild Life Fund (WWF) has ranked Qatar as the country with the largest ecological footprint per capita in its latest report. The tiny country is joined by neighbours Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates as the three nations with the largest ecological footprint – far exceeding other countries.  READ MORE HERE

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