04 December Tuesday

The IMM to host the Istanbul International Environment Summit

The Istanbul International Environment Summit, organized by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM), will be held on 6 – 8 December 2018 at the Avrasya Show and Art Center.

Murat Kurum, the Minister of Environment and Urbanism; Dr. Bekir PAKDEMİRLİ, Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, national and international speakers, academics, managers of public institutions and organizations, city planners, industrialists, NGOs, sector representatives, and students will participate in the summit.

Increasing population, urbanization, changing consumption habits bring many negative effects. In addition to socio-economic impacts, rapid consumption of natural resources, water pollution, air pollution and climate change and its effects on resources are also emerging.

Istanbul International Environment Summit will be an important platform for “Transformation for Livable Environment” of public institutions and organizations, non-governmental organizations, industrialists, urban planners, academicians, students, and related sector representatives.

Within the scope of the summit; environmental action plan, waste recovery, waste energy generation, global climate change, environmental visions of governments and cities, conservation of biodiversity, sea surface, coastal and beach cleaning, environmentally friendly solutions, and future perspectives will be focused on.

The Istanbul International Environment Summit will meet in Istanbul on the sessions, workshops, and companies in the exhibition area.


• Predict Climate Change and its Impact
• Urban Development
• Predict Environmental Trends
• Risk, Threat, and Opportunities

• Protect Air
• Protect Water
• Protect the Earth
• Preserve Biodiversity

• Prevent Pollution at Source
• Prevent Carbon Emission
• Prevent Unconscious Resource Consumption
• Prevent Damage

• Promote Sustainability
• Advance Renewable Investments
• Advance the Understanding of Urbanization
• Improve Efficiency

  • Weather Forecast
  • Traffic
  • Social Facilities