In this article, we examine the current state of climate change and social policy in Turkey. Turkey is geographically located in one of the world's most vulnerable regions to the effects of climate change. However, it has been slow to implement concrete policy measures in response to climate change. Policies similar to international efforts to intervene in climate change have been adopted, and institutions have been established, particularly since the early 2000s. However, little consideration is given to the impact of this urgent problem on social policies and the role of social policies in addressing it. This article examines the difficulties Turkey faces in addressing climate change, including political and economic barriers, as well as the various social and environmental effects of the problem on the population. Finally, the article concludes by discussing the responsibilities in the climate change action plan from a social policy standpoint.
Alan : Sosyal, Beşeri ve İdari Bilimler
Dergi Türü : Uluslararası