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.
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.
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 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.
Iran’s Water, Electricity Virtual Exhibition (WEVEX 2021), as the first permanent online exhibition in the said sectors, is going to kick off on Monday, the portal of the Energy Ministry known as Paven reported.
Iranian Energy Ministry unveiled a comprehensive system for training and data analysis in the water and electricity industry, in a virtual ceremony on Tuesday, the portal of the Energy Ministry known as Paven announced.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Friday that if enough attention had been paid to recommendations made about the issue of water in Khuzestan province “now surely we would not have had these problems.”
Renewable water resources have decreased by 30 percent over the last four decades, while Iran’s population has increased by about 2.5 times, Qasem Taqizadeh, deputy minister of energy, has stated
Iranian Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian on Wednesday inaugurated 24 major water and electricity industry projects valued at 9.028 trillion rials (about $214.9 million) through video conference in eight provinces.
The Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS) will launch a campaign for the fourth time to solicit public donations to ease water stress in four drought-ridden provinces of the country.