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‘Climate Change and Youth’ international forum took place
August 25, 2022 Press releases

‘Climate Change and Youth’ international forum took place

Ulaanbaatar/MONTSAME/. Climate change has become one of the most pressing challenges facing the world. It causes a steep increase in temperature, melting of glaciers and ice caps, a rise in the sea level, and an increase in the frequency of natural disasters.

10 interesting facts about Mongolia that will surprise you
July 21, 2022 Humanitární pomoc a rozvojová spolupráce Charity ČR

10 interesting facts about Mongolia that will surprise you

The holidays are in full swing and you are wondering where to go on holiday? We have a tip for you. How about visiting Mongolia, a country of beautiful landscapes and rich history? Mongolia certainly has a lot to offer. Here are 10 interesting facts that will convince you to pay this country a visit.

Towards a Circular Economy
July 4, 2022 News

Towards a Circular Economy

Celebrated on the 3rd of July, International Plastic Bag Free Day, is a global initiative that aims to curb the use of plastic bags and promote a living without throwaway plastic goods by looking for safer alternatives. Although plastic goods have made our life more convenient, their negative environmental impact is tremendous throughout the life cycle. 

A new platform will help citizens to reduce waste
July 4, 2022 Press releases

A new platform will help citizens to reduce waste

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Mongolia is the fourth-most polluted country in the world. The largest source of pollution is the burning of coal in the ger district areas for heating during the deadly cold winters. Also, the huge amounts of improper waste disposal are another source of pollution. Therefore, the Caritas Czech Republic has been working on plastic waste management in Mongolia with financial support from the European Union. Within the framework of the “Sustainable Plastic Recycling in Mongolia” project, the http://plastic-recycling.mn/ platform has just been developed and launched, to increase public awareness of waste collection, segregation and recycling.

How One Economist Gardener is Combating Climate Change
June 13, 2022 More news

How One Economist Gardener is Combating Climate Change

The recent IPCC findings on climate change are once again troubling. The IPPC paints a world where, if no immediate action is taken, we will see a significant increase in natural disasters – droughts, flooding, severe weather events, the loss of habitats, and so much more. The good news is that there are options, such as climate-smart agriculture and ecosystem-based disaster risk reduction, for climate-resilient development pathways in Asia. With innovative entrepreneurs and activists ready and planning to step up to the challenge, there is growing momentum to tackle the climate crisis.