ved over the past few years, they have been working day and night to successfully link it with the regions overall development objectives and apply it to solving socio-economic problems. Countries in the Middle East include Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Egypt, Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.
Dubai is the Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC’s) fastest growing economies and while there is an increase in the incomes and improvement in the health indicators of the country its growth has not been totally benign (ADCCI). Environmental pollution is damaging human health, water, air, agriculture and ultimately the whole economy. Environmental pollution is one of the most severe problems facing civilization today. It causes global warming, destruction of the ozone layer, and other potentially disastrous processes. A recent report has showed that the second largest pollutant of wastes is UAE next to USA. Dubai is making every effort in controlling industrial pollution. Dubai is making many man-made islands to increase sustainable tourism however not much emphasis was given to reduce pollution. Dubai should now concentrate on pollution and should encourage sustainable lifestyles, cleaner manufacture, renewable energy, water resources managing, decrease of solid waste and sewage treatment, reprocess and recycling of materials, environmental urban design and formation, public strength, cultural phrase and communal accountability of residents (Elsheshtawy, 23). This secret has been revealed that productivity increase is only possible through environment-friendly and profitable technologies. Thus, over the last few decades, there has been a remarkable development in the technological front to develop eco friendly and profitable technologies. Earlier practices of disposing chemical waste in air, water and soil by the industries in UAE, Saudi Arab and Kuwait has largely