Turkey will launch a project for carbon-free airports in a bid to take measures against global warming and the climate change, the country’s transportation and infrastructure minister said.

The project aims sustainable management of airports and leave a more livable world for next generations, Cahit Turhan told Anadolu Agency.

“The airport-generated carbon emissions causing global warming will be calculated in line with international standards,” he said.

Turhan stressed that investments in renewable energy and electric vehicle usage in airports will be increased.

The project will include all airports in Turkey and General Directorate of State Airports Authority will apply

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