Environmental Economics

SPREAD THE WORD! Foreign Companies and the Government are Tearing Down Turkey’s Lunges Hand-to-Hand for $100 million!

Hasankeyf, ODTU Forest, Ankara Atatürk Forest, and now, Salda and Mount Ida (Kaz Dağları) . There are dozens of other beauties in the world being destroyed by governments and foreign investors. Is there an end to that?

Mount Ida (Kaz Dağları) a.k.a “Valley of Troy” is where the foundations of the Troyan war were laid. The gods watched it from here, Zeus was born on this mountain, Paris lived here. Today, it separates Aegean Region from Marmara Region, and is one of the biggest sources of oxygen and wildlife variety in Turkey, containing
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The Uninhabitable Earth

The interview with Mr. Wallace-Wells

On the 27th of March Room for Discussion is cooperation with Spui25 and book publisher “De Bezige Bij” hosted an event with David Wallace-Wells. During the event Mr. Wallace-Wells presented his book “The Uninhabitable Earth”, was interview by Room for Discussion and answered some audience questions. The article by Timothy Mulder introduces Mr. Wallace-Wells and his
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Food Waste: A Failing Food System

Food is undervalued in our society. Two centuries of industrial revolutions and technological progress have radically transformed our economy. Along with this, our personal interests, occupations, and priorities have also shifted. In the eighteenth century, agriculture was deemed the essential means of subsistence; nowadays, it ranks in the bottom sectors of our economy. In our
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