Failing Infrastructure, Low Rainfall Leave One Iranian Province Fighting For Water
Iran's southwestern Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province has a wealth of water resources -- but a combination of poor management and low rainfall this year has left residents with barely enough to drink. As drought impacts Iranians throughout the country, one environmental expert says man-made problems are largely responsible for the crisis. Iran's government systematically cracks down on the free flow of information and those who speak to foreign media may be subject to persecution. For that reason, the identities of the interviewees are not disclosed and their faces are blurred.