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Climate change policy in Turkey: current opportunities, persistent problems: Introduction

  • Ethemcan Turhan (a1)

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Note: We would like to thank the editors of New Perspectives on Turkey for their engagement and patience with this roundtable. We also appreciate the contributions of Devin Bahçeci. Ethemcan Turhan gratefully acknowledges the support of Sabancı University, İstanbul Policy Center, Stiftung Mercator Initiative.

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Adaman, Fikret, Akbulut, Bengi, and Arsel, Murat, eds. Neoliberal Turkey and Its Discontents: Economic Policy and the Environment Under Erdoğan. London: I.B. Tauris (forthcoming).
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Turhan, Ethemcan, Mazlum, Semra Cerit, Şahin, Ümit, Şorman, Alevgül H., and Gündoğan, A. Cem. “Beyond Special Circumstances: Climate Change Policy in Turkey 1992–2015.” WIREs Climate Change 7, no. 3 (2016): 448460.
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