Iran Faces Dangerous Water Crisis as Temperatures Rise, Are the People to Blame?

Nature World: As summer presses on and temperatures rise, water scarcity in Iran is becoming a national emergency. Iran is facing a critical shortage of water as arid temperatures rise with the encroaching summer season. According to Future Directions International (FDI), an independent strategic analysis group based in Australia, the country of Iran began to experience notable water supply drops in 2013, with lower-than-average precipitation levels leaving the great majority of the region's dams and waterways......

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