Thursday, December 1, 2022

Environmental Protection

Iran to Use Nano-Materials to Remove Sediments from Anzali Lagoon

Iran’s Department of Environment is to use nano-materials to dredge Anzali Lagoon in Gilan province, northern Iran, using a plan proposed by an Iranian knowledge-based company.

Iranian Farmer Doing Best to Save Crocodiles from Extinction

A man in Sistan and Baluchestan Province in southeastern Iran has dedicated his life to saving mugger crocodiles.

Iran Says Won’t Permit Development of Dolphinariums

Iran’s Department of Environment says it does not agree with the development of dolphinariums as animals should not be exploited for recreational purposes.

Foreign Diplomats, Delegates Plant Saplings in Tehran

A group of foreign ambassadors and diplomatic delegates on Sunday planted saplings in Tehran's Book Garden to mark the National Week of Natural Resources.

Iran Leader Plants Two Fruit Trees on National Arbour Day

Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has planted two fruit saplings on the National Arbour Day and Week of Natural Resources.

Tehran Citizens Share Joy of Bike Riding Together

A large number of Tehran citizens joined on Friday to attend a public gathering of bicyclists organized by the Municipality of District 3.            

Iran Produces All-Electric Four-Wheel Motorcycle

An Iranian knowledge-based company has launched the pilot phase of producing an all-electric four-wheel motorcycle.

Southern Iran Major Habitat for Seabirds

The coastal regions of Bushehr province in southern Iran are one of the most important natural habitats of seabirds and wading birds.

Iranian Researchers Introduce Method to Reduce Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Iranian researchers have introduced a method to prevent the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. The proposed technique is based on a method that will be used for industrial purposes without the need for water to purify this gas.

Iranian Artist Turns Waste Papers into Artefacts

A creative artist has put on show his illustrations that are drawn on waste papers, mostly receipt papers, in a bid to say that people must change their lifestyle and take better care of the environment.

Iran Uses Nanotechnology for Wastewater Treatment

An Iranian knowledge-based company has managed to use nanotechnology to treat industrial wastewater.

Iran Produces Cloud Seeding Rockets

Iran’s Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian says the country has managed to produce rockets by which clouds can be inseminated.

Iran Devises Method to Purify Water Naturally

Iranian researchers have developed a method to purify water naturally by removing its nitrate using the very same bacteria that exist in water.

Iran Stepping Up Efforts to Save Asiatic Cheetahs

On the eve of the International Cheetah Day marked on December 4, the head of Iran’s Department of Environment (DoE) says efforts are underway to save Asiatic (Iranian) cheetahs through tissue culture, the growth of tissues or cells separate from the organism.

Iran to Start New Cloud Seeding Project

The director of Iran’s National Cloud Seeding Research Center said a new cloud seeding project will begin in more than 10 provinces using planes, drones and ground-based generators.

Muslim Researchers Discuss Environmental Woes at KANS Competition

The Iranian capital of Tehran recently hosted an international competition, where 154 young researchers and students from several Muslim countries offered their plans and solutions to deal with water and environmental problems.

US Sanctions on Iran Harm Environment: VP

Iranian Vice-President Massoumeh Ebtekar says the US sanctions on Tehran not only endanger people’s lives but also cause severe damages to the environment.

Environment Must Be Protected Even in Wartime

The exploitation of the environment for military and hostile purposes is a disaster for global nature and wildlife, and that’s why the United Nations has designated November 6 as the International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict.

Iran Holds Int’l Seminar on War’s Consequences for Family, Environment

The 2018 edition of an international seminar revolving around the impact of war on woman, family and environment was held in Tehran on Tuesday, in the presence of a dozens of government officials and foreign ambassadors.

Iran Builds Machine to Purify Wastewater Using Nanotechnology

A graywater purification device, which is made based on nanostructured ceramic membranes, was recently unveiled in a nanotechnology exhibition in Tehran.

Persian Leopard Borzou Migrates to Turkmenistan

An old male Persian leopard named Borzou has moved 20 kilometers from the Iranian border to enter Turkmenistan. This is the first time the leopard’s movement between two regional countries is being recorded.

Iran Develops Smart Tree to Reduce Air Pollution

Researchers in Iran have designed and developed an artificial smart tree capable of absorbing large amounts of CO2 in order to clean the air and reduce air pollution.

Iran, Japan Discuss Resolution of Environmental Woes

Iranian Minister of Science Mansour Gholami has held talks with Japanese officials in Tokyo on ways to resolve environmental problems, particularly dust pollution and flooding.

Unique Photos Snapped of Persian Leopards

Mehdi Chalani, an Iranian environmental photographer, has managed to snap some unique pictures of three Persian leopards living in a protected area in the central province of Semnan.

Iranian Artist Uses Plastic Bags to Give Environmental Warning

Damages inflicted on the environment and human’s negative impacts on the nature and the wild life were the main theme of an exhibition recently held by an Iranian artist in the capital city Tehran.

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