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Over 500 people formed a three-kilometer-long human chain in Artvin to protest the mine project
Turkey’s Council of State has suspended the gov't decision to 'urgently expropriate' Remziye Saatli's land
Local authorities in Antalya’s Demre district have taken new decisions regarding the region’s Kekova Cove, opening two areas to swimming and changing routes for boats that visit daily.
Data collected in the environmental impact assessment report regarding Turkey’s prospective first nuclear plant in Akkuyu provided serious warnings that the plant could hurt the region’s ecosystem
As water evaporated up to 270 meters within 12 days, the number of dead flamingos in Lake Tuz, which is home to the largest flamingo colony in Mediterranean countries, has reached 50.
Activists have gathered 38,410 signatures against the recent plans to privatize İztuzu Beach, after the authorities’ attempt to open one of the last untouched seashores caused huge outcry
Activists in Turkey have gathered along several rivers across the country to protest the scores of hydroelectric plant projects (HES) and dams that threaten the environment
Forestry and Waterworks Minister Veysel Eroğlu assured that there will not be more water shortages in Istanbul, saying although that it has been raining enough recently
Nine areas in Turkey were selected by the WWF among the 100 spots in Europe essential to preserve
The Energy Ministry says a controversial draft law that will lead to the destruction of olive groves 'is necessary' for the construction of Turkey’s first nuclear plant planned in Akkuyu
The opposition haas denounced the government’s new initiative, arguing the new building rules are an attempt to allow for villas to be constructed inside forests, particularly near Istanbul
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