Kanal Istanbul is on the agenda of the Regional Commission for the Conservation of Nature. Hazal Ocak from CumhuriyetAccording to the report, the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization and the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure were asked to view the Istanbul Regional Commission for the Protection of Natural Assets No.4 for the controversial project Kanal Istanbul. Experts pointed out that the project could lead to a life-threatening destruction and disaster.
The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process of the Kanal Istanbul project, announced by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as a "crazy project" in 2011, was launched on February 27. The 45-kilometer-long canal passes through Küçükçekmece, Avcılar, Arnavutköy and Başakşehir districts. The canal will start from Küçükçekmece Lake, continue along the Sazlıdere Dam Basin, pass the village of Sazlıbosna and reach the east of Dursunköy; After passing the village of Baklalı, it is planned to reach the Black Sea from the east of Terkos Lake.
3 Fay on 'Frenzy'
Many new information emerged in the EIA process of the project. It was stated that there are 3 active faults on the base of the last project. The General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments of the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications also had a letter stating that all existing and planned infrastructure facilities on the route would be changed for the Kanal Istanbul project. Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure 15 December 2016 controversial project Channel Istanbul was asked for an opinion from the Regional Commission on the Preservation of Natural Assets of Istanbul 4. The board met the ministry's demand on yesterday's agenda. The decision will be determined in the coming days.
Drinking Water Ranta Kurban
The controversial project of TMMOB Istanbul Provincial Coordination announced its report on Kanal Istanbul in March. Emphasizing that the project could lead to a catastrophic and catastrophic disaster, the report urged the organization to give up immediately. Emphasizing that the Marmara Sea will be polluted, it was highlighted that Terkos and Sazlıdere, who met the 28.89 of Istanbul's drinking water need, would be harmed.
About Kanal Istanbul Project
With the implementation of the planned İstanbul Kanal Istanbul ”Project within the borders of Istanbul, Avcılar, Küçükçekmece, Başakşehir and Arnavutköy districts; reducing the overly dominant in the Bosporus, prevention of incidents that may occur after a possible accident at sea and hence cruise of the Bosphorus, life, the provision of goods and environmental security for all countries that use the Turkish Straits as well as for Turkey is of great importance. The planned project aims to minimize the ship traffic that threatens the life and cultural assets of the Bosphorus and to provide alternative access to vessels exposed to heavy traffic at both entrances.
In the present case, detailed engineering studies ongoing Kucukcekmece Lake at approximately 45 kilometers long - Sazlıdere Dam - Terkos the following East to the corridor of the building work to be completed in contain year 5 the year 100 the condition of necessary maintenance Istanbul hence is expected to serve Turkey.
Kanal Istanbul Environmental Impact Assessment Report
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