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Street Herbs of Istanbul

2021/22 Mercator-IPC Fellow Anna Zadrozna and Istanbul University Forestry Policy and Management Department Lecturer Cihan Erdönmez's article  “Street Herbs of Istanbul” was published in İPA İstanbul Kent Araştırmaları ve Düşünce Dergisi.

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Young Adults' Feelings about Refugees amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case of the Netherlands

2021/22 Mercator-IPC Fellow Arzu Karakulak's analysis  “Young Adults' Feelings about Refugees amid the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Case of the Netherlands” was published in August 2022.

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Overcoming Global Problems through Local Cooperation: The Case of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality

Istanbul Policy Center, CATS Network, IKV and TEPAV's ''Overcoming Global Problems through Local Cooperation: The Case of the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality'' report was published in July 2022.

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Türkiye'de Milliyetçilik Algısı

2021/22 Mercator-IPC Senior Fellow Hatem Ete and Independent Sociologist Ferhat Kentel's report titled "Türkiye'de Milliyetçilik Algısı (Perception of Nationalism in Turkey)" was published in June 2022.

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Increasing Industrial Competitiveness and Hedging against Fossil Price Volatility with Renewables in Turkey: Assessing the Co-Benefits of Decarbonising Turkey's Power Sector

The executive summary of the report titled "Increasing Industrial Competitiveness and Hedging against Fossil Price Volatility with Renewables in Turkey: Assessing the Co-Benefits of Decarbonising Turkey's Power Sector" within the scope of the international COBENEFITS Project under the direction of the Istanbul Policy Center, was published on June 23.

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Pandemic, Climate, Society

As Istanbul Policy Center, from the beginning of 2020, when the COVID-19 epidemic began, we organized numerous panels on the web, where the situation of the world, societies, and individuals under the epidemic conditions was evaluated. We would like to share our book titled 'Pandemic, Climate, Society' prepared from these panels: We discussed the economic and social effects of the epidemic in the world, especially in the European Union and Turkey, starting from the very first days. Most participants think that there is a lot we can learn from this experience and that we need to mobilize this experience towards a just world order to cope with future epidemics and ecological crises. We are publishing this book at a point where we leave the epidemic behind with the discovery and application of the vaccine. For us, the great success of the last two years belongs to science, doctors, health workers, and scientists around the world. We would like to thank our listeners who followed our panels and guided our work with their suggestions and all our speakers who contributed, especially Ayşe Köse Badur and Semih Sökmen, who prepared this work for publication.

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Between Challenge and Chance: Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Attitudes toward Refugees in Turkey and Germany

2021/22 Mercator-IPC Fellow Arzu Karakulak's policy brief  “Between Challenge and Chance: Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Attitudes toward Refugees in Turkey and Germany” was published in June 2022.

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Green Energy & Regional Development I: An Empirical Investigation of Turkish Provinces

2021/22 Mercator-IPC Fellow Theocharis Grigoriadis' analysis “Green Energy & Regional Development I: An Empirical Investigation of Turkish Provinces” was published in June 2022.

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From Resilient Communities to Responsible Authorities: A Rights-Based Approach to Climate-Based Extreme Weather Events

In collaboration with the Istanbul Policy Center and Raoul Wallenberg Institute and as part of the Gelecek Hakkı project, Özlem Aslan's policy brief "From Resilient Communities to Responsible Authorities: A Rights-Based Approach to Climate-Based Extreme Weather Events" was published in April 2022.

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Technology for Combating Climate Change, Proposals for Turkey, - Part II: The Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technologies

2021/22 Mercator-IPC Fellow Ezgi Ediboğlu's analysis "Technology for Combating Climate Change, Proposals for Turkey II: The Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technologies" was published in May 2022.

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