Global Climate Change Projections and Turkey

  • Merve KALAYCI KADAK Kastamonu University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Department of Landscape Architecture, 37100, Kastamonu, TURKEY
  • Sevgi ÖZTÜRK Kastamonu University, Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Department of Landscape Architecture, 37100, Kastamonu, TURKEY
Keywords: Climate Change, Scenerios, Global Warming

Abstract

Nowadays the increase in the use of fossil fuels due to population growth has gained a globally damaging dimension. The amount of carbon dioxide in the air increases rapidly due to population growth, the development of technology and the growth of industry. This increases the amount of greenhouse effect gas held on the earth. Due to the greenhouse effect on the earth, climate change occurs together. This change is expected to have significant consequences both ecologically and economically. There are various scenarios prepared by experts on climate change that will affect all living groups in the world. According to the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) reports, the Mediterranean basin is among the regions most affected by climate change. One of the countries that have to make plans taking into account the global climate scenario is Turkey, where in mediterranean basin. In this study, prepared by the IPCC projections of global climate change and Turkey's situation is handled. In the light of climate change scenarios for Turkey 's state of being evaluated by a scientific perspective.

Published
2019-12-31
Section
Articles