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Iran Turns Oil-Polluted Lands into Green Belts

Iran Turns Oil-Polluted Lands into Green Belts

Iranian experts have managed to eliminate oil pollution from groundwater in Asaluyeh region in southern Iran by using local microbes, an official said.
217 Iranian Villages Generating Solar Energy

217 Iranian Villages Generating Solar Energy

Over two hundred villages in are generating solar energy to meet their power needs and the number is expected to surpass 300 by the end of this year’s Iranian calendar year (mid-March 2018).
Tehran Police Forcers to Use Bicycle for Daily Missions

Tehran Police Forces to Use Bicycle for Daily Missions

Tehran’s Police Chief Brigadier General Hossein Rahimi says in view of the traffic congestion and air pollution in Tehran, police forces may carry out their missions using bicycles in the second half of current Iranian year.
UK Firm Makes $115m Investment in Waste Recycling in Iran

UK Firm Makes $115m Investment in Waste Recycling in Iran

A British company has invested $115 million in a garbage recycling project in Iran’s northwestern province of Zanjan.

Iran Invents Device to Produce Water Out of Air Moisture

The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) has invented a device which produces water out of air moisture.
Britain Inks €500m Deal to Build Solar Farm in Central Iran

Britain Inks €500m Deal to Build Solar Farm in Central Iran

UK renewables investor Quercus has signed a deal worth over half a billion euros to build and operate a 600-megawatt (MW) solar farm in Iran, the company said on Wednesday.

Imperial College Lecturer Appointed to Iran’s Dept. of Environment

Kaveh Madani, a salient Iranian environment lecturer at Imperial College of London, has been appointed as the Social, International, Technology and Educational Deputy of Iran’s Department of Environment.
Water Crisis

Future Wars in Mideast Probably on Water: Iranian Diplomat

Iran’s deputy foreign minister says the water crisis in the Middle East is getting worse and more serious day by day so much so that “probably the future wars in this region would be on water.”
Iran, Afghanistan to Launch Joint Project to Restore Hamun Lake

Iran, Afghanistan to Launch Joint Project to Restore Hamun Lake

Tehran and Kabul are preparing a joint strategic plan aimed at restoring Hamun Lake, which lies in the Iran-Afghanistan border, an Iranian official said.
Playing with Iranian Raptors, Popular Entertainment of Arab Sheikhs

Playing with Iranian Raptors, Popular Entertainment of Arab Sheikhs

Playing with Iranian predatory birds is among the most popular entertainments among Arab sheikhs, costing them millions of dollars.

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