namordimo istah haye nime-payane ahvazo didim !
damet garm 0611 jan
damet garm 0611 jan
Good good. Hopefully if/when sanctions are lifted, Iran can heavily invest in infrastructure spending all around Iran's cities and between them. 1. Metro/tram in all cities larger than 500.000 (tram), or 1.5 million (metro). 2. High speed rail between major cities, and otherwise electrification of important rail lines. 3. Airports. And yes 4, which will be gigantic but necessary: get Caspian water into Iran's dryer areas. This will need to be done with expensive foreign experetise.Nobody knows about the opening date because the answer of your second question.They've found the foreign financier but, Iran's banks don't cooperate with them.
They've planned 4 urban lines for it.
Caspian 'Sea' indeed isn't just iranian, but swallowing a couple billion gallons isn't going to make it dry, and the rest of the countries have enough water. Taking water from the ocean is a lot more expensive (needs desalination). And besides, in the end, who the F is going to do anything about it??caspian water? why ?
they did the same to oroomiye and to so many other bodies of water within iran and all have dried
this isnt the way
at least draw water from the oceans
mage daryaye khazar male mas ke hamimjoor ab bekeshim azash
instead of this if we manage our population and prevent it from rising , create efficient means to distribute water/food we can prevent many of the current issues , decrease water wasting (iranians waste water like there is no tomorrow , especially fore useless stuff like cooling the asphalt during the summer times so it "feels good")
also , our need for money and funding will ideally decrease as the amount of corruption decrease
sanctions and all else come second
Well that makes sense. Sucks what happened though, such mismanagement, pumping up all the ground water etc. I heard there could even be problems with ground moving (bad for metros). Let's hope a solution is found.the caspian sea also needs desalination
its not freshwater
so there is not much difference in that issue, though the caspian is not as salinated as ocean water
it will cause enough environmental damage and potentially change the ecosystem there which can cause changes in climate and the natural life (especially the fish industry)
the caspian is already under immense strain from the oil and gas industry
and the first person do something against it will probably be russia
besides, nobody must always ask why, the consequences themselves speak
nobody asked what they did to oroomiye yet look what happened
what i am saying is that in general this plan is unsustainable either naturally or for the economy
considering the inevitable process of desalination, it would be wisest for iran to use water from open oceans if we ever do such thing