Renewable energy should be tripled globally by 2030. That is the first of five pillars of action from the International Energy Agency for the COP28 climate summit starting on November 30 in Dubai.
COP28 host, the United Arab Emirates, has planned to use its status at the UN annual climate conference in Dubai to make new oil and gas deals with as many as 15 member nations, according to leaked briefing documents obtained by the BBC.
Turkish companies provide Israel with 40% of its oil and at least 7% of its electricity. Tehran would like to see that stop.
While Ankara records show “dual-use” goods going to Central Asia and Caucasus, trade registry discrepancies across region indicate items actually go to Russia.
Benchmark now stands at 40% versus 8.5% at the start of the tightening cycle in June.
Ankara reportedly informs defence alliance that ratification has hit delays ahead of big meeting of Western top diplomats.
The outcome of COP28 won’t save the world from climate chaos. That much is clear, with major economies failing on climate change, the US continuing to drill fossil fuels and China building more coal-burning plants.
British Foreign Office aware of more than 25 Britons who have died since January 2019 following medical procedures in Turkish clinics.
EBRD research shows majority in transition countries believe climate change will severely affect the children of today, but fewer people are willing to pay to address the climate emergency.
Number not honoured by banks due to insufficient funds has shot up in past few months.
Sometimes known as the sirocco, haboob, yellow dust, white storm or harmattan, the phenomenon that engulfs everything in its path can be a costly disaster.
Transaction concluded for 1.2bn lira ($41mn).
German chancellor expected to block any such deal. Tensions between Turkey and allies on approach to Israel and Sweden’s Nato application among obstacles.
“Hitler of the 21st century” Israeli PM Netanyahu must stand trial for crimes against humanity, says attorney of Turkey’s ruling party.
Refinancing relates to country's first ever infrastructure bond issue.
A new analysis of international data, released by Climate Central, reveals that global temperatures have broken records over the past 12 months.
Turkey’s power generator Karpowership, which has the world's largest fleet of floating power stations, expects to start producing 450 MW of electricity in South Africa in 2024.
Data shows that in region an area almost four times the size of Kyrgyzstan is degraded.
Rapid groceries company looking for change in fortunes following collapse in valuation.
Analysts warn huge rule of law row could wreck efforts to bring in foreign capital to help end Turkey’s economic crisis.