The foundation of Kanal Istanbul, which is said to create an environmental disaster, is being laid soon: President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced that the foundation of the Kanal Istanbul project, which experts say "Environment creates disaster", will be laid soon.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced that the foundation of the Kanal Istanbul project will be laid soon. Experts opposed the project, which was introduced as a "crazy project" during Erdogan's prime ministry, on the grounds that it would cause an environmental disaster.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey Exporters Assembly of Turkey "brand" has joined the promotion. Erdogan gave an important signal about the project he introduced as a "crazy project" during his prime ministry.
Speaking at the meeting, Erdogan stated that they have implemented projects such as Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and the 3rd airport and said, “The foundation of a Canal Istanbul project will be laid soon. All around the world, making them, as well as the oppressed have a Turkey that can extend a hand, "he said.
Professor Cemal Saydam, academic staff of Hacettepe University Environmental Engineering, argues that Kanal Istanbul will cause an environmental disaster.
Cemal Saydam, a professor of environmental engineering at Hacettepe University, argues that Kanal Istanbul will lead to an environmental disaster. According to Saydam, who argued that scientists were not consulted while preparing the project, the results of the project were as follows:
. * When you open a second tap on the Black Sea, its water will flow faster into the Sea of Marmara.
- Abundant nutrient topsheet will already press the bell on the contending substrate, so the oxygen will decrease rapidly
- No more return when the oxygen is exhausted, even if you turn off the channel.
- Oxygen will degrade the chemical equilibrium and the hydrogen sulphide density in the substrate will increase rapidly.
Hence, after a few 10 years in Istanbul, lodos will smell unbearably rotten eggs when it blows.
In time, the ecological structure of the Black Sea will be disrupted.