The aim of the research was to investigate the relationship between environmental pollution in Guinea Conakry and the levels of development as well as the assessment of climatic conditions as they influence pollution levels. In order to explore economic, social and cultural situations in Guinea, in-depth interviews were conducted and also face-to-face interviews were recorded. There were observations made in two extreme climatic conditions (dry season and rainy season) that have allowed inference to the impact of climatic conditions on pollution levels.
This paper presents the results of the research concerning of selection of an appropriate strategy for the development strategy of Egyptian universities, in an era of political crisis. In Egypt after the revolution of 2011 and the fall of President Mubarak there was a period of unpredictable political changes, which result are continuous demonstrations and riots in the streets of large cities. In July 2013, there took place a further social unrest that led to the fall of President Morsi and the introduction of control by the army. In such an unstable, turbulent and unpredictable environment the universities seek their proper path of development. One of approach used by Universities is an adaptation strategy, which meets in Egypt, however, with strong cultural and social circumstances