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Reports & Briefings

Report: Co-benefits of Climate Action - Assessing Turkey's Climate Pledge

This report shows that by shifting to a low-carbon, 100% renewable pathway, fastly emerging economies like Turkey will benefit from a strongly reduced dependency on fossil fuel imports, will save lives through reduced pollution and will create more sustainable, green and qualified jobs that could have a major positive impact on the country’s developmental vision.

The report clearly shows that if Turkey had an ambitious INDC, setting the country on a trajectory towards a 100% renewable electricity market by 2050, the country would make annual cost savings of about USD 23 billion, around 64,000 new jobs would be created in the domestic renewable energy market and a total of 35,000 deaths in 2030 would be prevented, compared to the current policies scenario.

Report in English pdf Co-benefits of Climate Action: Assessing Turkey's Climate Pledge (720 KB)

Report in Turkish pdf İklim Hareketine Geçmenin Yan Faydaları: Türkiye İklim Taahhüdünün Değerlendirmesi (754 KB)

Infographips in English 

Infographics in Turkish

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    In a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk leaked by the media last week, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres urged EU leaders to adopt a long-term vision for a carbon-neutral economy by 2050 and commit to increasing the EU's 2030 climate target to 55 percent reductions in emissions.
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    Ahead of Foreign Affairs Council on 16 May, Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe, Oxfam EU, ACT Alliance EU, Conservation International and Wetlands International write to EU ministers to highlight how the Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument (NDICI) can support developing countries to scale up climate and environmental action and support biodiversity, fostering sustainable development.
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