The Iranian regime’s deliberate lethal policy of desertification and water pollution rings alarm bells in Ahwaz

Over billion people, a fifth of the world’s population, have no access to healthy drinking water, with an estimated four to five million dying annually of diseases caused by drinking non-potable water. The UN is predicting that water scarcity is set to increase, with more and more people globally facing critical water shortages in the next few years. 

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Warnings of asthma epidemic in Alahwaz due to massive pollution

There are fears of an imminent epidemic of asthma and other breathing problems among residents of the Ahwaz region due to rapidly deteriorating air quality, with large-scale burning of sugarcane fields following harvest adding to the already horrendous air pollution caused by dust storms and the burn-off from oilfields, as well as acid rain resulting from the toxic combination of all the above. 

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