The following photos taken in Sistan and Baluchestan Province show four female villagers whose husbands have left their families and the drought-hit village in order to earn money in other cities.
The 1st Iranian green school will open in September in Tehran. Mahnaz Mazaheri said that the office would teach 56,000 teachers on environmental issues.
An Iranian environment lover who hasn’t produced garbage for six decades says people can do their share to protect the environment through household waste management.
A top UN official says the ongoing dust and particulate pollution in southwestern Iran originates from outside the country, particularly areas controlled by the ISIS terrorist group.
It’s time some humans took a leaf out of a donkey’s book.
Increased activity of Artemia brine shrimps and a few other aquatic creatures has changed the colour of Lake Urmia into red.
The chief of Iran’s Department of Environment (DoE) and the Director-General of Afghanistan’s National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA) discussed issues related to Hamoun Lake preservation.
Isfahan Bird Garden is located on a 17,000m2 site in the ancient city of Isfahan, central Iran. The garden is home to some 5,000...
Wives of Foreign Ambassadors in Iran Join “I’m Lake Urmia” Campaign[:fa]Wives of Foreign Ambassadors...
Wives of 12 ambassadors to Iran joined the "I'm Lake Urmia" campaign, which aims to collect one million signatures required by the United Nation to help restore the Lake.
Iran’s Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian revealed the country’s plan to put out a major tender in a bid to draw $12 billion of investment in development of a series of utility-scale renewable-energy projects by year end.