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Turkey Needs To Go Green Before It’s Too Late

The Turkish government fails to produce comprehensive green policies amid worsening environmental crises. In a recent report, environmental researcher Gokce Sencan and her colleagues at the Ivme Movement urge the Turkish government to act before it’s too late.

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Heading To Glasgow With A Weak Hand, Turkey Must Set More Ambitious Climate Goals

As climate change intensifies, the Mediterranean region is emerging as a climate hotspot. Turkey must seize the opportunity at the COP 26 Conference in Glasgow and pledge to rapid decarbonization by accelerating the deployment of solar and wind power, and by decommissioning its coal plants by 2030.

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International Law and Conventional Economy Lag Behind Environmental Crisis

FeniksTalk’s recent event examined the global environmental crisis from the perspectives of international law and local economies, underlining that diverse and comprehensive legal and economic policies should be applied to cope with climate change.

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Facing Unprecedented Drought and Forest Fires, Turkey Must Act on Climate Change

Currently, an unprecedented drought in Turkey poses risks to cities, agricultural activities, and energy security, and aggravates forest fires. The government must implement a climate change-centered drought strategy in coordination with all water actors, both domestic and international.