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“Les conflits environnementaux en Turquie : Expression d’insoumission ” – Nora Şeni

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Hérodote. 2017, 165(2), p. 131-142.; La Découverte, 2017. Language: French, Base de données: Cairn.info

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This article deals with environmental conflicts in Turkey. They multiplied after a period in which Turkey experienced considerable development of a double process, the multiplication of associations and NGOs, and the increase of environmental threats of several types, reckless deforestation, earthquakes, nuclear and thermal power plant etc. Two big conflicts are described the Gezi uprising and Cerattepe resistance. One of the conclusion of this paper is that less political inclusiveness about environmental issues in a society cause more explosions of organized resistances.HER_165_0131_Seni_Nora_Les conflits environnementauxDownload

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