Greenpeace Turkey is the Turkish branch of Greenpeace International, an independent, non-profit environmental organization that uses non-violent direct action to protect the environment. Greenpeace Turkey was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Istanbul. Greenpeace Turkey works on a wide range of environmental issues, including climate change, plastic pollution, deforestation, and overfishing. The organization has been involved in a number of high-profile campaigns, including the opposition to the construction of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant and the dumping of toxic waste in Turkey. Greenpeace Turkey is a registered association with over 10,000 members. The organization is funded by donations from individuals and businesses. Here are some of the work that Greenpeace Turkey is doing: - Climate change: Greenpeace Turkey is working to raise awareness about the impacts of climate change and to push for policies that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions. - Plastic pollution: Greenpeace Turkey is working to reduce plastic pollution in the Mediterranean Sea and to promote the use of reusable products. - Deforestation: Greenpeace Turkey is working to protect forests in Turkey and to promote sustainable forestry practices. - Overfishing: Greenpeace Turkey is working to protect fish stocks in the Mediterranean Sea and to promote sustainable fishing practices. Greenpeace Turkey is a leading voice for environmental protection in Turkey. The organization's work has helped to raise awareness about a number of important environmental issues and to push for positive change.