French Minister of Ecology Ségolène Royal paid an aerial visit to the shrinking Lake Urmia in Northwestern Iran.
Masoumeh Ebtekar, the Head of Iran’s Department of Environment (DoE), announced that 108,000 schools across the country will receive environmental education as per the MoUs the DoE has signed with the Ministry of Education.
An Iranian official announced that Japan is ready to help restore Iran’s shrinking Lake Urmia and the joint operation will start in a few days.
An Italian desert explorer is going to run the impassable tracks of Iran’s Loot Desert in an effort to voice support for the national project of “Lut and Cheetah”.
A true environmentalist living in Iran’s capital city of Tehran, in an unprecedented, yet praiseworthy effort has boycotted all plastic bags and intended to sell groceries in cloth bags instead.
Dena Biosphere Reserve in Western Iran is home to many valuable species of animals; however, the national park rangers have to risk their lives to stop hunters from killing animals and destroying the environment.
Iranian sport teams will appear in the Rio 2016 Olympics while, in addition to the Iranian cheetah, the images of 50 endangered species are going to be printed on their sports clothing, an official announced.
South Korea is about to help Iran on water supply and management and wastewater treatment under three memorandums of understanding signed in Tehran on Sunday, August 7.
A resident of Tashan district located in Iran’s south-western city of Behbahan spotted a gap on a hill near his home village. To satisfy his curiosity, he approached it for closer examination and found that he is looking at a cave that is home to a valuable species of fish.
Iran, like many other countries in the Middle East, is gripped with a long-term drought and a serious water crisis. A comparison of the way other countries have decreased their water consumption shows that the Iranian government may be able to manage the crisis by raising the price of water.