Pentagon report on Iranian intelligence agents who collaborated with NIAC

January 7, 2013
Pentagon report on Iranian intelligence agents who collaborated with NIAC

A Pentagon report names two individuals as Iranian intelligence agents. NIAC worked with them and organized a Congressional briefing for them. Also, NIAC worked with editor of Iraninterlink, identified by the report as VEVAK's website.

Iranians told to flee Tehran

December 5, 2012
Iranians told to flee Tehran

Tehran's residents have been urged to abandon the Iranian capital to avoid its notoriously toxic air, with officials warning it had become "dangerous." Hospitals recorded a 15 per cent increase in admissions as doctors were called on to treat patients suffering from respiratory ailments, headaches and nausea.

Iran shuts schools, offices in Tehran due to high pollution

December 3, 2012

DUBAI- Schools, universities and government offices will be closed in Iran’s capital Tehran on Tuesday and Wednesday because of high air pollution, the state news agency reported on Monday.

Report on the Environmental Art Movement in Iran

August 30, 2012

Twenty-seven environmental independent art festivals have been held since 2004 in Iran, in different cities. More than 30 artists participate in these festivals.

NIAC’s pro-Tehran campaign

August 1, 2012

The National Iranian American Council (NIAC) has launched a vast campaign to keep the Mojahedin -e- Khalgh (MEK) in the list of State Department designated foreign terrorist organizations. NIAC's president, Trita Parsi, personally leads this campaign.

Exiled filmmaker warns of dangers in Iran

February 11, 2012

In explaining the Green Party's position, Hezarkhani writes: "I believe that for the current Iranian regime, the one and only goal of their nuclear weapons project is to avoid being ousted from power. Therefore, the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) will never concede on this issue. The regime's negotiations with the West are only to…

Iranian greens fear disaster as Lake Orumieh shrinks

September 5, 2011
Iranian greens fear disaster as Lake Orumieh shrinks

The fate of a shrinking salt lake is the last thing you would expect football fans to chant about – but Iranians are doing all they can to stop a looming ecological disaster. Lake Orumieh in north-west Iran, one of the world's largest salt lakes and a Unesco biosphere reserve, is disappearing due to drought…

Iran calls for public holiday as air pollution plagues capital

November 30, 2010

Iran has declared a two-day public holiday in Tehran after air pollution hit dangerous levels. Tehran's downtown skyline was barely visible.

Iran Needs A “Green” Revolution In More Ways Than One

June 22, 2009

Recent political turmoil in the Islamic Republic of Iran, is only part of the problems facing this country of more than 70 million. The country’s fragile eco-cycle is also at risk, much of this due to developmental aspects which have been occurring in many parts of county, while environmental issues have taken a back seat.

The patrons of appeasement with the Islamic Republic of Iran hold a conference in Brussels

March 15, 2009

The European Parliament in Brussels will be hosting a number of patrons of appeasement with the Islamic Republic of Iran on Tuesday 17 March 2009. The conference which is organised by Angelika Beer, MEP, who is also the president of the EP delegation with Iran is supposed to be discussing the environmental issues.