Local opposition won a legal ruling against a major project on the Black Sea coast – the latest challenge to Turkey’s plans to expand coal use
Three years after it came online, Izdemir power station has been stripped of its environmental licence, in a win for campaigners
Coal-rich Turkey is straying further and further from the path of climate safety. Can it be convinced to come back to the fold?
China cuts coal at home but state owned companies and banks drive new coal expansion overseas, despite promises of green growth for developing countries
Fears Russia could turn off the gas taps are driving Turkey towards coal – which experts say will be an expensive mistake for the country and climate
Protest highlights climate and local impact of government plans for more than 70 coal power plants
NEWS: Planned dirty power plants will wipe out clean energy gains, says Climate Action Tracker, jeopardising an already weak emissions target
ANALYSIS: A shift in public mood at the ballot box can boot out climate laggards or propel them to power. Here are six on the radar from Canada to Myanmar
ANALYSIS: The latest greenhouse gas emissions figures from rich countries show policies do work, but economics can change everything
Writing for RTCC, film maker Todd Southgate asks whether the huge dams planned in Turkey, Brazil and China are coming at too great a cost for the environment
Duygu Kutluay writes for RTCC about how one project in Turkey is helping researchers to understand how to combat desertification on a number of levels in the country’s drylands.