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Students and alumni of prestigious schools around the world have been fighting for to break their schools’ covert financial ties with the fossil fuel industry. Especially Ivy League schools are dragging their feet to divest. One such case is Harvard University. To learn more about this, we spoke with Danielle Strasburger ve Nathán Goldberg, two […]
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Text: Bulut BAGATIR While everything has stalled on this period, how can the tourism sector, which has a significant employment rate, manage moving towards sustainable tourism? In the age of climate crisis where tourism adds up 8% of the total greenhouse gas emissions, what needs to be done in order to have the future of […]
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TEXT: Emre UZUNDAĞ Now is the time to open a new Word document and write on Climate Change! I was planning to do a profile on how Patty Mills of NBA team San Antonio Spurs uses his platform in creating an awareness for the ongoing bushfires in his home country, Australia (I’d like to note […]
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In the age of information consumerism where even reading a relatively long Twitter thread is seen as an occupation, the art should be considered a top choice as a mean for communication in the fight against climate change. Emre Uzundağ writes on the relationship between art and climate change in the light of an exhibition […]
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Text: Emre Uzundağ, email@example.com Food has been modifying the human progress throughout the history. The relationship of food and climate has always been at the core of evolutionary studies. You can teach it to your children at home by buying this kit and make it fun for them. The food – climate equation is once […]
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The Turkish Minister of Environment and Urbanization Murat Kurum stressed that the memorandum of understanding, which will form the basis of the climate change financial package and is led by the World Bank with contributions from the United Nations, Germany and France, fails to satisfy Turkey’s concerns and justified stance. The Turkish Minister of Environment […]
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Enerji Ekonomisi ve Finansman Analizi Enstitüsü’nün (Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, IEEFA) dün açıkladığı yeni araştırması, önde gelen 100 finansal kuruluşun kömür finansmanını sınırlayan politikaları uygulamaya koyduğunu ortaya çıkardı. “100 Küresel Finans Kuruluşu Kömürden Çekiliyor, Devamı Gelecek” raporu, küresel sermayenin, kömür sektörünü hızla terk ettiğini gösteriyor. IEEFA, “100 Küresel Finans Kuruluşu Kömürden Çekiliyor, Devamı […]
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Chief Climate Negotiator says Turkey does not have a luxury to be a laggard in terms of climate action as it is for own benefit of their citizens. Journalist Melis Alphan: We are at the United Nations Climate Summit and I am hosting Professor Mehmet Emin Birpınar, Turkey’s Chief Negotiator for Climate Change. What is happening here? […]
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