A look at, 40 Years of Religious Dictatorship in Iran: The “Death of Life” Report
The crisis of water and agriculture, like dragons in ambush the life in Iran.
In the past decades, Urmia Lake’s length was 140 kilometers and its width 55 kilometers; now only five percent of the lake is remained.
Average water per capita decline from 4 cubic meters in 1961 to 1,400 cubic meters in 2015.
3500 hectares of deforestation in Iran annually.
World Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO): Iran’s forest cover is on the decline.
With the destruction of lakes and lagoons, mullahs have not only endangered human life and stress, but have also destroyed wildlife and various animal species.
Anzali Wetland, which has been one of the world’s most important wetlands for decades, has reached a depth of 9 meters to less than 1 meter!
The famous Hamoon Wetland — the seventh international wetland in the world — a source of income for thousands of fishermen and farmers, was in crisis and was on the verge of drying up.
More than 33,000 Iranians die each year due to air pollution. That is 12.5 percent of the deaths in Iran. On average, 700,000 people are reduced in rural areas every year.
The Fundamental Solution to Rebuilding Iran
After 40 years of the religious dictatorship ruling in Iran, the only solution to all trade, environmental, social and political crises in Iran, is establishing, democracy and freedom in the most beautiful homeland.
Originally published at http://freedomstarblog.wordpress.com on September 20, 2019.