Iran, Japan to Expand Cooperation on Water
Iran and Japan have expressed interest in expanding cooperation in the field of water by sharing experiences.
Seoul Welcomes Cooperation With Tehran on Water Resources Management
Ambassador of South Korea to Tehran Yun Kanghyeon says Iran and South Korea have good capacities and vast fields for cooperation in the field of water resources management and using the modern knowhow in this field.
Japan funds project to overcome water shortage in Chabahar
The Government of Japan has donated $2.8 million to strengthen the resilience of local communities against water shortage in Chabahar, southeastern Sistan-Baluchestan province.
Iran, Turkey to Boost Water Cooperation
Spokesman for the water industry, who attended a presser on Sunday morning, said that Iran and Turkey are going to boost water cooperation and the atmosphere between the two sides is positive.
Water in Dam Reservoirs Down 4%
The total volume of water stored behind Iranian dams is estimated at about 24.59 billion cubic meters since the beginning of the current water year (September 23, 2021) up to July 9, showing a four percent decline compared to the same period last year, IRIB reported.
One step to water crisis
If a country has more than 1,700 cubic meters of water per person per year, there is no water shortage, but the upward trend of rainfall shortage surpassed the standard rate and if it declines more, we are one step away from a water crisis.
Tehran Facing Water Rationing
Secretary General of Iran Water Industry Federation believes 300 cities and towns of the country are facing with the water tension and with the current condition, Tehran may face water rationing unless the city starts using the underground waters and to this end it should accept the subsidence.
Over 1,960 water, soil preservation projects to be inaugurated in Ten-Day Dawn
Iranian Agriculture Ministry plans to inaugurate 1,969 water and soil preservation projects across the country during the Ten-Day Dawn (February 1-11), which marks the 43rd anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, IRNA reported.
Khuzestan governor proposes transfer of water-intensive industries to southern coasts
Writing an article in the Iran newspaper on Monday, the governor of the southwestern province of Khuzestan proposes an array of solutions to deal with water shortage and droughts.
Water inflow into Iranian dams declines 47% yr/yr
Water inflow into the Iranian dams from the beginning of the current water year (late September 2020) up to September 9, 2021, has decreased 47 percent compared to the previous year’s same period, according to Iran Water Resources Management Company’s data.