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A remorseful offender has been forgiven by a park ranger after he promised to give up illegal fishing forever and become an environmentalist.
An Iranian retiree, who has spent 23 years on protecting the environment, asks people to do something in exchange for the calm they get from the environment.
Images captured on camera of female leopards with their cubs show efforts to protect the big cats are succeeding in Tandooreh National Park.
After sightings of a leopard-like animal by the locals in a town in North Khorasan Province, the provincial Environment Department sent some experts to...
The president said settlement of environmental problems and conservation of natural resources requires a balanced use of nature and technology, promotion of culture and investment.
Vice-President and Head of the Department of Environment Masoomeh Ebtekar said on Saturday that Iran has suggested the UN ways of eliminating dust particles problem worldwide.
Images of an alligator in a gas facility in southern Iran.
Iran and Germany are planning to sign an agreement to boost cooperation between the two countries in the field of forests and forestry.
The Geo-Park Museum on Qeshm Island is home to more than 3,000 animal species.
The 11th government is taking good steps to tackle air pollution in the country; one such step is to cut the emission of hazardous gases in cooperation with the Oil Ministry, said Ebtekar.
Iran’s environment chief has condemned the savage killing of stray dogs in Shiraz, calling for a fitting punishment for the perpetrators.
Following concerted efforts by a number of Iranian environmentalists, a forested hill in northern Iran was cleared of garbage.
Environmental issues must be discussed in the upcoming meetings between Iranian and Afghan officials, a deputy environment chief said.
The mother might have been killed by poachers or some locals and an investigation is underway to figure out what has become of her, a local environmental official said.
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.
Officials say the big cats will be eventually released back into the wild, but for that they need to be between 16 and 20 months old.
The video shows two cheetahs and a camel coming to a water hole at the same time.
The Supreme Leader said damaging the environment should be regarded as a grave offense.
Clinical examinations of the big cat revealed that Borzoo was an 11-year-old male Persian leopard that weighed 57 kg.