Bahar Gedikli

Department of City and Regional Planning
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Gedikli, Bahar (2019-07-13)
Living apartment buildings in Ankara and their relation with the city
Gedikli, Bahar (null; 2019-07-09)
Innovative buildings, with their design aspects, functions and environmental relations, can enrich urban areas spatially and functionally. This study explores inner-city apartment buildings in Ankara that adapted a similar...
Sürdürülebilir Mekansal Planlama ve Sürdürülebilir Yerleşkeler
Gedikli, Bahar (2018-04-25)
Approaches to climate change in spatial planning and design: International and Turkish experiences
Gedikli, Bahar (Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2018-01-01)
Climate change falls into theoretical and practical concerns of many disciplines ranging from natural to social sciences, engineering, urban planning, architecture and administrative sciences. Spatial planning can be an ef...
An evaluation of local policies and actions that address climate change in Turkish metropolitan cities
Gedikli, Bahar; Balaban, Osman (2018-01-01)
As sites of climatic impacts, cities have become key players in climate policy-making in order to reduce GHG emissions and vulnerabilities of settlements. They started taking actions in various fields such as built environ...
Sustainability of Climate Policy at Local Level: The Case of Gaziantep City
Balaban, Osman; Gedikli, Bahar (null, 2018-01-01)
Sürdürülebilirlik ve Kent
Gedikli, Bahar (2017-04-24)
Kentsel Sürdürülebilirlik ve Planlama
Gedikli, Bahar (2017-03-01)
An Evaluation of Municipal Efforts for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Two Cases from Turkey
Gedikli, Bahar; Balaban, Osman (2016-07-08)
Municipal Efforts for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Cases from Turkey
Gedikli, Bahar; Balaban, Osman (2016-07-03)
Climate change mitigation and adaptation is a multi-level challenge, i.e. it requires simultaneous action at international, national and local levels. Since climate change is a global problem, political responses have been...
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