Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A parking lot project planned on a public vegetable garden on Istanbul’s Asian side has been canceled following widespread criticism, officials said on Aug 18
A man living in a remote Black Sea village has been planting wheat in his fields to keep wild birds in the area
One of the dozens of hydroelectric plants that are being built across the Black Sea will wipe out two waterfalls
The new decision created a loophole ending the specificity of any region that has enjoyed protected status, experts say
The vegetable garden planned to be destroyed is also designated as a gathering place in case of a quake
Hydroelectric power plant projects threatening rare biological life on natural protected areas will not be permitted
Activists denounced the decision as a trick to bypass the provisional order for the suspension of the construction, pending the environmental impact assessment report
The report also expressed worries about the damaging effects of the controversial hydroelectric plants
TMMOB chair Baran Bozoğlu has said the current hydrological drought in the Konya Basin’s aquifers will be seen in other parts of the country if the necessary measures to combat the issue are not taken.
Taner Kılınç, who lives in Arhavi near the Georgian border, photographs couples in their wedding outfit
Thousands of Tunceli locals marched on Aug. 3 against the hydroelectric power plant (HES) project planned to be built in Munzur Valley, located in Turkey’s southeastern province.
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