Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Kanal Istanbul, one of the planned giant projects will be a canal 43 kilometers long and 400 meters wide with six bridges
A plan that would pave the way for widespread construction on the Aegean island of Bozcaada, one of Turkey’s untouched tourism destinations, has been canceled, Environment and Urbanization Minister İdris Güllüce has said.
'We cannot sacrifice our turtles for a few sunbeds, a buffet, a restaurant and a place selling tea,' İdris Güllüce said, on a dispute about the ongoing privatization of the beach
The Environment Ministry has approved the controversial plan for a new port project in Istanbul’s Zeytinburnu district which had previously been cancelled by the Council of State
Environment Minister İdris Güllüce says the clause that would legalize already-constructed buildings by awarding them “vested rights” status has been removed from a new omnibus bill
Plans to dismantle of an oil refining ship, which operated off Angola for many years, in Turkey’s Aegean province of İzmir have stirred debate over radioactivity claims, with a profession chamber strongly reacting.
The signatures of two engineers who prepared the ÇED for Akkuyu nuclear plant were reportedly forged
Turkey is set to sharply cut its imports of substances that damage the Ozone layer, due to the United Nations’ Montreal Protocol, the Environment Ministry has announced
Local activists had been camping for more than 10 days near the protected İztuzu beach on the Mediterranean Sea, known as a safe haven for loggerhead turtles
A controversial tender made for the privatization of the facilities at İztuzu beach on the Mediterranean Sea will be canceled, Turkish Environment and Urban Planning Minister İdris Güllüce has said.
Forestry and Waterworks Minister Veysel Eroğlu has claimed that forested areas areas are growing in Turkey, despite an opposite trend across the world.
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