Hazal Özcan – HATAY
“I would like to give the good news that we, as İlbank, will provide technical and financial support to the projects regarding the fight against climate change,” Emrah Baydemir said during the closing meeting of Hatay Municipality’s Climate Action Plan.
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Hatay Metropolitan Municipality in Turkey’s south have joined forces to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at the local level, in a bid to tackle climate change issues.
The EU-funded “Carbon Footprint Inventory and Climate Change Action Plan” project aims to strengthen municipalities, while increasing the resilience of institutions, communities and individuals against crises. With an event on Nov. 7, the project’s closing meeting took place as authorities and officials provided information on the action plan’s process and progress.
UNDP, Hatay Municipality tackle climate change, environmental impacts of migration
“The United Nations has sustainable development goals. These goals, which need to be actualized until 2030, have been accepted by worldwide institutions and organizations. We, as İlbank, do everything in our power to achieve these goals without…