Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The government seeks new ways to push ahead with the construction of the third Istanbul airport
A Turkish cargo ship that ran aground off the Greek island of Mykonos may lead to an “environmental catastrophe,” officials have warned.
As Turkey experience one of the driest winters in recent years, the waterworks minister suggested that prayers for rain were more affordable than rain bombs
A construction company violated a court ruling ordering a stay of execution to cut down more than 100 trees in an area that is owned by the State Theaters
Water levels are only around 30 percent in Istanbul and 36 percent in Ankara, raiasing fears that Turkey may be facing droughts
Local governors are to be given authority to decide whether an environmental report is necessary for areas where mining, oil, natural gas or geothermal research will be don
Forestry Minister Eroğlu rebuked activists staging a protest during the dam and HES fair as 'impossible to understand'
'We have done everything in line with the law and no one can break the law. No one can stop the construction of this building and no one can demolish it,' PM Erdoğan said
İztuzu is one of the main breeding grounds for loggerhead sea turtles. Now plans for a loggerhead hospital there have drawn the opprobrium of environmentalists
The construction of a new Prime Ministry complex in Ankara’s Atatürk Forest Farm has been halted, after a court ruled to uphold the protected status of the site
I was a bit relieved after arriving in Garipçe: At least this little village was not touched by the construction of the third bridge over the Bosphorus