New report – How Turkey’s coal boom threatens local economies on the Black Sea
Bankwatch Mail | 11 November 2013
With coal power expansion booming in Turkey, a new Bankwatch report based on a recent field trip finds that the environmental impacts of coal power plants are inadequately assessed, while Turkey’s viable, clean alternatives to coal are neither being analysed or discussed seriously by senior policy- and decision-makers.
This article is from Issue 57 of our quarterly newsletter Bankwatch Mail
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At the same time, the report finds, the growing involvement of international ‘development’ banks in providing investment support to Turkey’s energy expansion plans is lacking a joined-up strategy to address the challenges facing the Turkish energy mix.
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Black Clouds Looming – How Turkey’s coal spree is threatening local economies on the Black Sea
Theme: Energy & climate | Social & economic impacts
Tags: BW Mail 57 | Black Sea | Turkey | coal | local communities | renewables
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