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Ministers from Iran and Syria have made arrangements to establish a strategic committee on cooperation in the water management industry under an agreement the two countries have signed last year.
A group of Iranian environmentalists have rescued six flamingo chicks that were caught in the salt on the western shores of Lake Urmia.
The international wetland of Dargah Sangi in West Azarbaijan, north-western Iran, is going through a lively season full of water.
Iran’s Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian says feasibility studies have been launched to supply 17 provinces across the country with desalinated water from the sea.
Villagers in the southern Iranian province of Khuzestan province will finally be supplied with drinking water after years of protest, which turned violent in recent days.
Iranian Energy Minister says 250 key water and electricity projects worth about $12 billion will get under way this year.
Iran has begun to extract drinking water from rainwater as part of a project implemented in Mazandaran province, north of Iran.
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.
A retired Iranian teacher has cultivated a total of 4,000 hectares of trees over the past 31 years through dry farming.
A photographer has taken magnificent photos of Lake Urmia in north-western Iran over a span of five years.
The high amount of precipitation in central Iran this year has revived the desert lake of Howz-e Soltan located along the Qom-Saveh road in central Iran, doubling the area of its surface water compared with the previous year.
Filled with water after the late spring downpours, Agh-Gol wetland on the border of Iran’s Hamadan and Markazi provinces is hosting flamingos that preferred this western Iranian habitat to Lake Urmia and Bakhtegan lake for incubation.
Iranian researchers have managed to produce clean energy and electricity through the use of H2 that exists in the water molecule.
A group of Iranian researchers at the Faculty of Modern Technologies of the University of Science and Technology have built a new apparatus to convert air humidity into potable water.
The first phase of Iran’s biggest water and land resources development project will be launched soon by President Hassan Rouhani in Kurdistan and Kermanshah provinces, west of the country.
After nearly two decades of drought in Sistan and Baluchestan province in southeastern Iran, with the beginning of rainy season in neighbouring Afghanistan, flood waters have filled some parts of Hamoun international lagoon, and that has resulted in the revival of livestock and plant species in the wetlands.