Forever Under Construction

Green BB2

Posted in Green by homeyra on April 1, 2008

Green – sometimes Gray – Art

Posted in Art, Green, Iran by homeyra on January 22, 2008
Hormoz Island, more pictures

Persian Gulf Environmental Art Festival: Ahmad Nadalian


“During the last week of 2007 a new environmental art festival was held on the coast of Hormoz, in the Persian Gulf. More than 80 artists gathered on this beautiful island to create environmental installations and sand sculptures … ” Read and see more

Update: On January 26 “Thirty local artisans will also join [a group of Iranian and foreign artists] to help run the festival with the central theme of opposing the militarization of the Persian Gulf […] American conservation artist Barbara Roux and German artist and musician Sibyll Kalff are currently in Iran to attend the program …” read more

Previous posts:
Green Art?
Green Links
Relevant links: The Burning Man and The Green Man, thanks BB2

Are We changing … Can We Save …

Posted in Green, World by homeyra on September 19, 2007

Green Art?

Posted in Art, Environment, Green, Iran by homeyra on July 28, 2007

ْْGreen Links

Posted in Environment, Green, Iran by homeyra on July 15, 2007

To name a few:
Nature Institute: education, research, ecotourism
Alpine club of Iran
gb.jpgGreen Blog: feed reader, environmental blogs
Another feed reader of environmental blogs
Green Eyes of Iran: links to international environmental sites
Green List: a summary of over a hundred Persian environmental blogs and websites


Combating Desertification, new photoblog


We Need Trees: Since December, 2006 biker Mohammad Tajeran is touring the world planting trees in all major cities, now in Cambodia, English website


Cycling around the world for peace and environmental conservation: Somayeh Yousefi and Jafar Idrisi sold their car and started this two year long project on April 2007, now in France, English and Persian website


Not to forget Miles for peace!: 14 Iranian cyclists traveling since may 2007 across Italy, Germany, France, UK, now in USA, English website

Additional suggestions?