‘No Iranian City Will Have Problem in Access to Water in Two Years’

Iran’s Energy Minister says the country has plans to resolve its water problem by the end of the twelfth government’s term in 2021.

Thousands of Farmers to Revive Iran’s Lake Urmia

7,000 farmers in four different villages of East Azarbaijan province have taken part in a project of revitalising Lake Urmia, where they are made familiar with the principles of sustainable agriculture.

Swedish Teenager Rebukes World Leaders in New York

A teenage Swedish activist has rebuked world leaders at the UN Climate Action Summit for failure to take strong measures to combat climate crisis, accusing them of stealing her dreams with empty words.

Iran, Austria Discuss Closer Cooperation on Environment

Head of the Iranian Department of the Environment Issa Kalantari and Austrian Ambassador to Tehran Stefan Scholz have sat down for talks to exchange views on joint cooperation on environmental issues.

Int’l Coalition Launched to Tackle Dust Storms

An international coalition has been launched on the back of Iran’s efforts to combat dust storms and particulate matter.

Iranian Teacher Uses Dry Farming to Grow 4,000 Hectares of Trees

A retired Iranian teacher has cultivated a total of 4,000 hectares of trees over the past 31 years through dry farming.

Iran Marks National Day of Asiatic Cheetah

Iran annually marks the National Day for the Conservation of Asiatic Cheetah on August 31, a day which was named so in 2007 at the request of Iranian wildlife experts.

‘Green House’ in Tehran Uses Plastic Bottles for Decoration

Abolfazl Mahjouri is a creative man living in a south-eastern neighbourhood of Iran’s capital, Tehran. He has become a popular local figure because of the beautiful flower pots he has used to ornament his house’s facade.

Iranian Women to Get More Involved in Environment Start-ups

Expert Iranian women are to make their presence felt in the development of energy and environmental technologies and start-up programs.

Lake Urmia in Photos: From Gradual Death to Revival

A photographer has taken magnificent photos of Lake Urmia in north-western Iran over a span of five years.

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