Within support of the UN-REDD Mongolia National Programme, three national consultants are currently conducting three training courses for forest unit staff and forest engineers in Tosontsengel town, and Vocational Training
Mongolia has recently submitted the modified Forest Reference Level (FRL) report to the UNFCCC after first submission in January 2018. The initial FRL report went through the technical assessment process
Stakeholders are working together in Ulaanbaatar today on the design for Mongolia’s Safeguard Information System (SIS).
Mongolia faces extrem weather conditions which are strengthened by climate change. This impacts the country’s forests with decreasing growth rates. In addition, wild fires, pests and anthropogenic activities are the
Forest fires affect large areas in Mongolia. Generally, about 95 % of these are regarded as caused by human activities, while only 5 % are due to natural factors, mainly
Forest policy and coordination department of the MET, the Mongolian national UN-REDD programme implementation unit and the Information and Research Institute of Meteorology Hydrology and Environment jointly organized the “Forestry
Mongolia has submitted the “Forest Reference Level” Report to The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in January 2018. National Multi-Purpose Forest Inventory database was being used for this
The Mongolia REDD program conducted a training on stakeholder engagement in Selenge provinces between 10 and 11th April. The aim was to test a curriculum for training of local Aimag
A journey across Mongolia brings to life the mitigation potential of the country’s vast boreal forests. Our car travelled gingerly across the frozen surface of lake Khusgvul, one of the
May the new year bring in your life joys that never fade, hopes that never die, and strength that never weakens. Wishing you a very happy Lunar New Year.