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SEMINAR AND EXCURSION ON TUZGÖLÜ SPA (SPECIAL PROTECTED AREA) WITH THE GERMAN GYMNASİUM MARİANUM AND ANKARA TED COLLEGE PUPILS BY THE FORESTERS’ ASSOCIATION OF TURKEY (TOD)

SEMINAR AND EXCURSION ON TUZGÖLÜ SPA (SPECIAL PROTECTED AREA) WITH THE GERMAN GYMNASİUM MARİANUM AND ANKARA TED COLLEGE PUPILS BY THE FORESTERS’ ASSOCIATION OF TURKEY (TOD) ON 18-19 JANUARY 2016 Educational Project “Environment Builds Bridges - Umwelt Baut Brücken” is implemented under the care of his excellency Mr. Joachim GAUCK President of Germany between 2011-2016 School Years. The Project is on “Environment and Sustainability” between German and Turkish high school pupils with cultural interaction. The Project is operated by German Environment Foundation (DBU), German Institute for Objectification of Learning and Examination Procedures (IZOP) and German Environmental Communication Center (ZUK). The main aim of the Project is to teach current environmental topics, to strengthen the environmental awareness, improve the management and media reading abilities of the pupils of German and Turkish sisters high schools. The outputs of the seminars and excursions are published on leading TV Channels, newspapersd and other media organs by 1.200 pupils in total. On 18th January had a seminar on “Tuzgölü SPA flora, Salt formation and production, geological and morphological structure, drying in SPA, specialities and contamination of water” by Prof. Dr. Doğan KANTARCI, member of TOD, and on “Tuzgölü SPA Management Plan and stakeholders, Fauna, Water Sources management plans, conservation- utilization balance.” By Forest Engineer and Lawyer Mr. Hüsrev ÖZKARA, TOD Member of Board. And finish the first day with lunch in TOD Restaurant. On 19th January we took the group to Tuzgölü SPA by vehicles of TED College. Our instructors Prof. KANTARCI and Erdal ÖRTEL lead the group on site and give information and had observations with the whole group. We also visited a salt production plant.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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