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Between 2000 and 2016, the number of people with electricity increased from 78 to 87 percent, and the numbers without electricity dipped to just below one billion.

Yet as the population continues to grow, so will the demand for cheap energy, and an economy reliant on fossil fuels is creating drastic changes to our climate.

Investing in solar, wind and thermal power, improving energy productivity, and ensuring energy for all is vital if we are to achieve SDG 7 by 2030.

Expanding infrastructure and upgrading technology to provide clean and more efficient energy in all countries will encourage growth and help the environment.


Res.Asst. Ayça ÇELİKBİLEK Participated in Kadıköy Municipality Environment Festival with her Clean Energy Themed Workshop

The workshop "ElectriCITY: The Energy Preferences Game", moderated by our Research Assistant Ayça ÇELİKBİLEK and geological engineer Gökhan SAPMAZ, was ...
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“Mediterranean and Black Sea Panel in Geopolitical and Geoeconomic Context” Held in IMU

IMU Science and Civilization Club held the "Mediterranean and Black Sea in a Geopolitical and Geoeconomic Context" panel on Wednesday, ...
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Sustainability Week Held in IMU

As Istanbul Medeniyet University, we held our first Sustainability Week events in 2021. Under the guidance of Rector Prof. Dr ...
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Istanbul’s Urban Agenda and the Sustainability of its Development Discussed with “Istanbul Urban Studies”

”İstanbul Kent Araştırmaları” (İstanbul Urban Studies) seminar series organized by Department of Urban and Regional Planning from Istanbul Medeniyet University, ...
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