Australian environmental activist highlights importance of green energy
An Australian environmental activist believes that Iranian people should become familiar with the environmental problems in their country.
Charlotte Phillips, masters student at University of Tehran in Iran, made the remarks on the sideline of the inauguration ceremony of the the 6th Iran International Green Film Festival (IIGFF6) in Tehran.
Touching upon the shortage of water in Iran, Phillips said people should change their behavior in this respect.
She said people should think about the environmental challenges right now and do not put the problems into the future.
Phillips described green energy as a “way forward”, calling for paying due attention to this issue in Iran.
The IIGFF6 inaugurated in Cinema Palestine in Tehran attended by several high-ranking Iranian officials and foreign cinematic people, on Sep 9, 2017.
Vice-President Masoumeh Ebtekar, Head of Department of Environment (DoE) Issa Kalantari, as well as several Iranian and foreign guests attended the inauguration ceremony of this international cultural event.