Turkey Water Report 2015 - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Turkey Water Report 2015

Turkey Water Report 2015 - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Turkey Water Report 2015
Published Aug 01, 2015
52 pages — Published Aug 01, 2015
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BMI View: The country s endemic water pollution issues, particularly from industrial pollutants, highlight the need for further investment into this sector. Additional legislation is also needed, and more rigorously enforced penalties. ...The issue of water availability is likely to cause increased tensions in future as renewable ground water reserves decline and cross-boundary water flows become more controversial. The improvement of water networks and pipelines is likely to be a key focus for the government and water companies, as will water treatment and sanitation plants, as Turkey has had a number of bad pollution scandals over the past year and this needs to be addressed in order to comply with EU regulations set out in the Water Framework Directive. Moreover, the government needs to tackle a number of issues raised in various recent studies which argue that Turkey is mismanaging its water resources through damaging management policies, forestation practices and irrigation methods. ...At present, the Iraq-based militant group Isis now has control of a significant portion of the water supplies in Iraq, both desalination facilities and dams. This arguably intensifies Iraq s reliance on limited supplies from the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, which are already constrained by the large-scale dam projects in Turkey.

...There has been no resolution to the decades-old conflict over the partition of Cyprus - a key impediment to deeper EU integration. Kurdish desire for autonomy or separatism - which could be encouraged by Kurdish groups push for autonomy in northern Syria Iraq - presents a threat to stability and political reform. ...There has been no resolution to the decades-old conflict over the partition of Cyprus - a key impediment to deeper EU integration. Kurdish desire for autonomy or separatism - which could be encouraged by Kurdish groups push for autonomy in northern Syria Iraq - presents a threat to stability and political reform. Political divisions between moderate Islamists and secularists are a constant source of tension that has frequently delayed the policymaking process in the past. ...Political divisions between moderate Islamists and secularists are a constant source of tension that has frequently delayed the policymaking process in the past. Turkey s support for the Muslim Brotherhood and attempts at extending its foreign policy influence in the region has resulted in strained diplomatic relations with Israel,

...Water resources experiencing a drastically rapid decline as more is consumed than can be regenerated. Prolonged droughts could result in water rationing, declining energy generation and rising food prices. ...

  
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