Gobi-Altai aimag hit by earthquake again
A 4.5 magnitude earthquake was recorded today at 11.14 am in Jargalan soum of Gobi-Altai aimag.
Renewing regulation on air quality improvement zones discussed
On February 13, the Council of the Governor of the Capital City discussed renewing the regulation on capital city’s zones of improving the air quality.
Czech geologists to implement five-year project in collaboration with Mongolian scholars
The Czech Science Foundation is to implement 5-year project with non-refundable aid in Mongolia.
Implementing unit for project on recycling food waste to be established
At its meeting on February 12, Presidium of the Citizens’ Representative Khural discussed establishing the implementing unit for a project on recycling food waste in Ulaanbaatar to be implemented with financing from the Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction.
Electric buses to be tested until March 2
To reduce air pollution in the capital city, ‘Passenger Transport Service’ public owned company is testing eight electric buses that were produced with German-American joint technology.
4.7-magnitude earthquake recorded in Gobi-Altai aimag
A 4.7 magnitude earthquake occurred at 02.02am, today in the area named ‘Yamaan-Us’ of Ulziit bagh, Erdene soum of Gobi-Altai aimag.
Artificial nests made for saker falcon
Artificial nests were made with a purpose to increase the number of saker falcons.
Mongolia setting up its research station in Antarctica
Minister of Environment and Tourism N.Tserenbat met with Director of the Antarctic Research Center of the Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Antarctic researcher L.Dugerjav at his request.
Medals of International Youth Green Games to be made with recycled materials
Partnership agreements have begun to be signed with co-organizing parties of the International Youth Green Games being organized under the auspices of the President of Mongolia within the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals-2030.
Traffic signs set up on the road to eastern region
WWF-Mongolia in cooperation with Environment and Tourism Office of Sukhbaatar province set up traffic signs on the eastern route.
Mongolian saiga antelope population grows by over 1000 in a year
A January survey, jointly conducted by the WWF Mongolia Programme Office and Saiga Conservation Alliance, shows the saiga population which dropped to 3,800 in 2018 now stands at around 5,070.
Memorandum on introduction of new technology for cleaning drinking water pipelines established
The Governor’s Office of the Capital City established a memorandum of cooperation with ‘Sennipan’ Company of the Republic of Korea on introduction of advanced equipment for cleaning water supply pipelines in the capital city.
Over 70 percent of the territory at dzud risk
According to the National Agency of Meteorology and Environment Monitoring, more than 70 percent of the country’s territory is at risk of dzud disaster.
Mongolian woman’s speech selected one of the best speeches at Global Youth Summit
The 11th Global Youth Summit was held in Melbourne city of Australia between January 19 and 21.
4.0-magnitude earthquake occurs in Uvs aimag
A 4.0 magnitude earthquake occurred at 09.38 am of January 26 in the area named ‘Khar Tolgoi’ of Kharmagt bagh, 29 km away from the center of Zavkhan soum of Uvs aimag.
Vision-2050 targets green growth
The ‘Vision-2050’ is a policy document, which was formulated by a working group comprising of 1500 people, including scholars, experts and state secretaries of 13 ministries, heads of some government agencies, authorities of universities and representatives of non-government organizations.
President Kh.Battulga: Mongolia is ready to join the High Ambition Coalition for Nature
President Kh.Battulga participated in the discussion under the theme, ‘Alliance of Governments for Nature and People’, co-organized by the National Geographic Society, the Wyss Foundation, and the Governments of the Republic of Costa Rica, and the French Republic.
23 soums of six aimags suffering white dzud
According to the report of the National Emergency Management Agency, 23 soums of six aimags are suffering harsh winter situations—white dzud disaster, whilst 46 soums of 13 aimags are reported to be under dzud-like conditions.
‘Opportunities to develop sustainable tourism in Mongolia’ competition held
The University of Finance and Economics in partnership with Handong Global University of South Korea organized a business model competition under the topic ‘Opportunities to develop sustainable tourism in Mongolia’ among universities that implement tourism program.