Aegean Forest Foundation strives to ensure the sustainability of Turkey’s forests for present and future generations.
Country Climate Engagement
December 2019 Climate Scorecard is pleased to announce our first annual National Climate Leader Awards. These awards go to the men and women in leading greenhouse emitting countries who are making a difference in the climate policies of their countries and the world.
December 2019 For Global Spotlight Report #21, Climate Scorecard asked our Country Managers to describe a leading policy that, if fully implemented and/or scaled up, would help countries achieve emissions levels that are 1.5 degrees compliant by 2030.
Tohum Eğitim Kültür ve Doğa Derneği (Tohum Education, Culture and Nature Association) was founded in Ankara in 2017; in line with the conservation and development of terrestrial ecosystems through natural resource management, the development and implementation of projects and programs for sustainable use of natural ecosystems, and the development and implementation of social-cultural based projects...
November 2019 Climate Scorecard Report #20 covers new and noteworthy climate change events in leading greenhouse gas emitting countries during the period July-September 2019.
October 2019 Climate Scorecard’s Global Spotlight Report #19 focuses on renewable energy use in leading greenhouse gas emitting countries.
September 2019 For Global Spotlight Report #18, Climate Scorecard asked our Country Managers to provide information on how climate change is impacting the most vulnerable population groups in the leading greenhouse gas emitting countries that we cover.
August 2019 As part of Climate Scorecard Report #17 we asked our Country Managers to provide a list of organizations in their countries that might help support our 2020 Campaign. Over the next several months we hope to explore whether the organizations listed below, and others, are interested in supporting the Campaign and implementing the recommendations...
July 2019 For Global Spotlight Report #16 Climate Scorecard, we asked our country managers to provide a short-list of policy recommendations that their countries can follow that would decrease the temperature of the planet and ensure 1.5 degree compliancy.