Drought to force Iran to shut down agriculture

Aug 1, 2014 Full story: Trend

A severe country wide water shortage across the Islamic Republic of Iran could result in the disappearance of the 3,000-year-old agriculture industry, an Iranian climate expert said.

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Zerbst, Germany

#1 Aug 2, 2014
it is pity, they should make something against it, for instance using desalted sea-water to suply that areas or to saw special forrests to change microclimat a little bit.

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