Nonexistent government action on climate change as iconic lakes such as Urmia in northwest Iran disappear.
Sanam Mahoozi is an Iranian environmental journalist and PhD student at City University of London. Her research is focused on media framing of env... ironmental news, specifically United Nations climate change conferences. Sanam’s work includes energy transition in oil-producing countries in the Middle East and North Africa region. She also holds master’s degrees in international journalism from City University, history of international relations from LSE and Middle East economics from SOAS.
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