Atelier - Climate change in Turkey – Diachronic and Multidisciplinary Approaches - 1/12/2015

Climate change in Turkey – Diachronic and Multidisciplinary Approaches
1st of December 2015 - IFEA

In the wake of the COP21 and IFEA Environmental studies, the IFEA is pleased to invite you next Tuesday, 1st of December 2015, to the workshop entitled « Climate Change in Turkey. Diachronic and Pluridisciplinary Approaches ». Academicians from various disciplines and experts from both Turkey and France will analyse together Turkey’s present situation towards climate change in the light of long term evolution, as well as global, regional, and national dynamics. Social and environmental detrimental consequences of Turkey’s public policies linked to climate change,  as well as possible alternatives, in terms of development perspectives, urbanization, or energy choice, will also be assessed.

9.30 Welcome of the participants

9.45 – 10.00 : Introduction

Jean-François Pérouse, IFEA

10. 00 – 12. 00  Panel 1 - Long-term approach to climate change in Turkey

  • Climate change during the Holocene: methods and outcomes

Korhan Erturaç, Faculty of Art and Sciences, Sakarya University

  • Changing Climate: overview of the last century and future prospects

Ömer L. Şen, Eurasia Institute of Earth Sciences, Istanbul Technical University

  • Climate change and the importance of agricultural diversity’s conservation

Füsun Ertuğ, Ethnobotanist

 13.30 – 15.30  Panel 2 - A Turkish energy transition?

  • Cities and climate change: possible adaptation strategies

Hubert Mazurec, UMR 151 AMU-IRD, Programme Mediterranean cities and climate change

  • Turkey’s high carbon policies

Önder Algedik, Project manager and consultant

  • Taking advantage of the renewable energies potential in Turkey

Iskender Gökalp, ICARE & LABEX Caprysses, CNRS & Université d’Orléans

 16.00 – 17.15  Panel 3 - Climate change and social movements in Turkey

  • Climate change mobilisations in Turkey

Hande Paker, Bahçeşehir Univesity & Istanbul Policy Centre

  • Combating climate change in Turkey: the case of TEMA foundation

Barış Karapınar, The Turkish Foundation for Combating Soil Erosion, for Reforestation and the Protection of Natural Habitats (TEMA) & Bosphorus University & Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change  

17.15 – 18.00  Conclusion

Alain Lipietz, Economist-The Greens (EELV)

Organizing Committee

 Anouck Côrte-Real, Martin Godon, Jean-François Pérouse, Clémence Scalbert Yücel (IFEA)

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