Greek students holding placards and shouting slogans take part in a "youth strike to act on climate change" demonstration in front of Parliament in Athens, Friday. Thousands of students around the globe, mobilized by word of mouth and social media, skipped class to demonstrate the failure of political elites to take action against global warming.
Recent improvements in Turkey's environmental policies have finally given the green light for a more sustainable future for the country, but if the country can increase its waste recycling rate to 60 percent, it could lead to an industry generating 650 million euros of revenue and creating many jobs, according to an activist.
The implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a shared responsibility, calling for the active involvement of the Member States, the private sector and the civil society, George Ciamba, Minister-delegate for European Affairs told the "Annual Industry Days" Conference, informs the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) in a press release. Present at the "Navigating through SDGs.
Turkey has laid the groundwork to build a zero-waste town in a bid to fight environmental pollution.