Istanbul's new airport is on the agenda again with an environmental damage. İBB Council Member Nadir Ataman with CHP fotoğraf Satellite photographs reveal how the forest was destroyed. There is no such example in the world. Böyle
According to the news of Özlem GÜVEMLİ from SÖZCÜ, the damage caused by Istanbul's new airport in the northern forests, which has been the subject of controversy since its first day, has never fallen from the agenda. According to official figures for the new airport, 2 hectares of forest area were destroyed, while stone and sand pits opened for construction destroyed the green texture. The damage to the forest area around the sand quarry on the Black Sea coast within the boundaries of the Eyüp Akpınar Neighborhood, just beside Istanbul Airport, is just one example of this. The satellite images show step by step how the forest was destroyed. According to satellite images, thousands of square meters of forest area next to the sand quarry covered with pine trees until 300 have been destroyed in 2013. In the last satellite images today, the forest area 2014 years ago is almost completely destroyed.
Reacting to the environmental destruction, CHP's IMBB Assembly Member Nadir Ataman pointed out that Istanbul's third airport has created a debate since the tender process. They opened excavation areas, opened quarries, opened sand quarries. ” Emphasizing that almost all of the stone and sand pits opened to provide materials for airport construction are in the forest area, Ataman said, “It is clear how the forest was destroyed in the old and new satellite photographs. Nobody can say the number of trees destroyed for the airport. If they plant as many trees as they want, they will never reach the amount of trees they cut. There is no such example in the world that destroys the forests of the region that destroys the ecology. ”
Source : www.sozcu.com.tr