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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Local authorities in a northwestern Turkish district have warned citizens not to take away or consume dead fish washed ashore in the Susurluk River.
The municipality has been using a river basin, named Organic Agriculture Basin, as a waste dump in Hemşin Valley in the Black Sea region.
Among 132 countries Turkey ranked at 109th in the 2012 Environmental Performance Index (EPI)
Thanks to new projects from the Natural Preservation and National Parks Association, Turkey is slowly starting to re-gain some of its botanic and ecological richness.
Chief of General Staff Gen. Necdet Özel praised the military power of Turkey, which “uses its hard and soft power to ensure stability in its region and beyond,” on the last day of a major military exercise.
Turkey should increase its efforts to tackle climate change, a European Union commissioner said, while a Turkish minister requested financial support for the efforts.
The head of a fisheries association was allegedly shot ...
The CoCoNET project aims to increase the number of marine protected areas in the Mediterranean and Black Seas with the participation of 400 scientists.
Turkey’s Culture and Tourism Minister Ertuğrul Günay said he already gave a brief...
Officials have announced plans to create a memorial forest in the memory of organ donor Nil Buket Gülergin...
Istanbul Mayor Kadir Topbaş has called on citizens to get their pets from shelters instead of buying them and invited them to the city’s animal shelters.