May Eco-Tidbits from Turkey


Turkey is creating incentives for solar development and exceeding fishing quotas. Photos by Jeremy Levine Design via Flickr (left) and Greenpeace.

Spring finally sprung this month in Istanbul, after what seemed like a long, wet winter. On the green front, the forecast was mostly sunny with some patches of gloom, as you'll see when we once again wrap up some of the month's environmental news from Turkey, developments that prompted reactions of both "süper" (yep, just like in English, but with an umlaut) and "maalesef" (unfortunately):Süper!


Maalesef...

Previous wrap-ups:
January Eco-Tidbits from Turkey
February Eco-Tidbits from Turkey
March Eco-Tidbits from Turkey
April Eco-Tidbits from Turkey

Tags: Animals | Carbon Neutral | Fish | Fishing | Public Transportation | Solar Energy | Turkey | Wind Power

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