Mass Tourism and Water Consumption: Case of Turkey

International Society for Ecological Economics Conference, 2012 - Ecological Economics and Rio+20


Gurbuzer Akgun, Ayse Ilke; Balaban, Osman; Department of Urban Policy Planning and Local Governments (2022-11)
With rapid population growth, waste management, which is one of the most important ways to combat the climate crisis, has become a source of increasing crisis. Given that cities house more than half of the world's population, the impact of mass migration on waste production and management is more profound. In this context, the mass migration from Syria to Türkiye that began in the twenty-first century have had a significant impact on the Southeastern Anatolia region, particularly the province of Kilis, whos...
Mass housing projects and disadvantaged children's place use and preferences The cases of Gultepe TOKI and Yatikmusluk TOKI in Ankara Turkey
Severcan, Yücel Can; Barlas, Mehmet Adnan (null; 2015-07-13)
Mass housing, relocation, and mothers' and children's residential satisfaction: Evidence from Ankara
Severcan, Yücel Can (2019-12-01)
From its inception in 2003, the Turkish Housing Development Administration’s (TOKI) mass housing developments have rapidly expanded throughout the nation, affecting human-environment interactions. A recent government report announced that currently in Turkey there are approximately 740.000 mass housing units. By 2023 this number is projected to increase to 1.2 million. Despite these trends, little is known about children’s and women’s satisfaction with mass housing. This study investigates the effects of re...
Sustainable Tourism and Ecological Footprint Accounting: The Case of Turkey
Tunç, Gül İpek; Akbostancı Özkazanç, Elif; Aşık, Serap (2010-08-25)
Forced population movements in the Ottoman Empire and the Early Turkish Republic: An attempt at reassessment through demographic engineering
Şeker, Nesim (2013-07-01)
This article uses the concept of “demographic engineering” for the purpose of analyzing forced migration in the Ottoman Empire and early Turkish Republic. It defines demographic engineering in a wide sense, as ‘deliberate state intervention in population figures’ for political, ideological, strategic and economic reasons. It argues that reconsidering the issue of forced migration in the Ottoman Empire and the early Turkish Republic as a case of demographic engineering provides us with an analytical tool ena...
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G. İ. Tunç, S. Aşık, and E. Akbostancı Özkazanç, “Mass Tourism and Water Consumption: Case of Turkey,” presented at the International Society for Ecological Economics Conference, 2012 - Ecological Economics and Rio+20, Rio De Janeiro, Brezilya, 2012, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: