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CPJ: Türkiye'de basın özgürlüğü krizde

22/10/2012
Uluslararası Gazetecileri Koruma Komitesi (CPJ), Ekim 2012 tarihli özel basın özgürlüğü raporunda Türkiye’deki basın özgürlüğünün ‘kriz’ seviyesine ulaştığını belirtiyor.
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Karakaş: Anayasa'da Uzlaşma Aranmalıydı

12/04/2010
Işıl Karakaş BBC Türkçe'den Murat Baykara'nın sorularını yanıtladı.
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Why Costa Rica scores well on the happiness index

12/02/2010
Costa Rica - green and happy?
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Economic growth cannot buy the planet more time

31/01/2010
Global economic growth - in its current form - cannot continue if nations are serious about curbing climate change, says Andrew Simms. In this week's Green Room, he warns that the consumer society cannot "have its planet and eat it".
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Economic growth 'cannot continue'

30/01/2010
Continuing global economic growth "is not possible" if nations are to tackle climate change, a report by an environmental think-tank has warned.
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Hot Cities: BBC Series About Climate Change

12/11/2009
Many of the world’s biggest cities are increasingly threatened by climate change. If it continues unchecked, millions will be left homeless, starving and with little water.
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Thinking smart on energy savings

29/05/2009
Smart meters will play a central role in delivering an energy infrastructure fit for the 21st Century, says Stephen Cunningham. In this week's Green Room, he argues why he believes the technology will help deliver the necessary carbon saving needed to prevent dangerous climate change.
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Kriz, İşgal ve İslam

05/01/2009
Kalkınma teorileri, kapitalizm, küreselleşme ve sistem karşıtı hareketler üzerine görüşleriyle tanınan ekonomist Samir Amin'in, BBC Türkçe'ye yaptığı, global ekonomik kriz ve emperyalizm değerlendirmesi:
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Rare Turkish bird haven under threat

22/12/2008
The birdwatchers at Kuyucuk lake rise with the sun.
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Harare diary: 'Too much to take'

03/12/2008
Esther (not her real name), 28, a professional living and working in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, describes how the daily struggle to survive is reaching a point of desperation.
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