Human occupation development in the High Mountains of Sinai Peninsula, Egypt with Alpine and Himalayan reflections in the light of rural-urban development ‘socio-economy’, semi-arid watershed management ‘cocio-ecology’ and land use policy ‘governance’

Ahmed Shams El Din
In theory and practice, centralization, sub-optimization, and transborder crisscross culture have been extensively discussed over decades with limited progress on the interdisciplinary level in the developing countries (precisely in the remote semi-arid highland regions: the High Mountains of Sinai Peninsula). Post the Egyptian National Reforms Revolution of January 25, 2011 CE, the need for a decentralized governance structure in the Arab Republic of Egypt surfaced once again as one of the very demanding reforms for...