Facing drought, fires, and the hottest temperatures in almost 6o years, Turkey is at the coalface of the world water-climate crisis. But even as the alarm bells ring, the government is spending more and more on water-intensive agriculture and development. In this piece from Yale Environment 360, we learn why this once fertile country is looking at a dry future.
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