28 January 2022

Hearts of stone

People of the village of İkizköy, located in the Muğla province of Turkey, are resisting the expansion of a nearby coal mine that would bring the destruction of the region’s Akbelen Forest, by maintaining 27/7 watch camps among the trees.

Help raise awareness of the local communities’ struggle and urge people to stand with them by signing their petition: change.org/SaveAkbelenForest

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