ESKIŞEHIR, TURKEY (June 9, 2017) — The Building Efficiency Accelerator (BEA), with support from Eskişehir Metropolitan Municipality, hosted the first in a series of trainings on building energy efficiency in Eskişehir, Turkey.
In November 2016, WRI Turkey Sustainable Cities and Turkey’s Ministry of Environment and Urbanization organized a four-day
- projectEnsuring a Sustainable and Vibrant Community in İzmir’s Historic Core
Istanbul, Turkey is notorious for its traffic congestion and, according to the Traffic Index Data by TomTom, is the most congested city in the world.
- projectImproving Road Safety for Istanbul’s Buses
WRI Turkey Sustainable Cities organized the third Livable Cities Symposium on November 19-20 in Istanbul, with over 400 representatives from local governments, the private
Şanlıurfa, Turkey has a population of nearly two million—which may seem small compared to mega cities, like Beijing—but is still greatly suffering from congestion.
- projectEvaluating mass transport in the city to improve road safety and accessibility
Bike share has become one of the fastest growing trends in urban transport over the past ten years.
Motorized vehicle emissions are a primary cause of air pollution and have some of the most adverse impacts on public health.