The Climate Change and Air Management Coordination Board (Turkish: İklim Değişikliği ve Hava Yönetimi Koordinasyon Kurulu) is a government agency of the Republic of Turkey, responsible for coordinating policy against air pollution in Turkey and climate change in Turkey; board meetings are chaired by the Minister of Environment and Urban Planning.
|İklim Değişikliği ve Hava Yönetimi Koordinasyon Kurulu|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Turkey|
Despite the Energy Ministry being represented on the board, in 2018 the European Commission criticised the lack of co-ordination between the climate change policy and energy policy of Turkey. As of February 2019[update] energy policy still included mining more coal and subsidizing coal-fired power stations. As of 2022 the board's decisions are not binding.
Although the Health and Agriculture Ministries coordinate with each other there is no formal agreement between Health and Energy or Transport as of 2022.
- "İkli̇m Deği̇şi̇kli̇ği̇ Ve Hava Yöneti̇mi̇ Koordi̇nasyon Kurulu Çalişma Usul Ve Esaslari Hakkinda Yönerge" (PDF). Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning (Turkey). Retrieved 22 April 2019.
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- Turkey 2018 Report p92, European Commission, 17 April 2018
- "Coal". Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources (Turkey). Archived from the original on 17 September 2018. Retrieved 22 April 2019.
- "TEAİŞ, 2019 Yılı Şubat Ayı Kapasite Mekanizması Ödeme Listesini Açıkladı". Enerji Portalı. 1 April 2019.
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