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).
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
When I leave for the office at minus 25 degrees in the morning, treading carefully across the icy pavement, I often dream of global warming and sunny beaches. But its
The REDD+ program is very happy to congratulate the Ministry of Environment on the remarkable achievement of leading the countries sustainable development of natural resources in Mongolia. Forests are an
The REDD+ Mongolia program has been conducting training of trainer’s course on Basic REDD+ and Training skills for 40 future trainers from provinces and civil society. The training was conducted
The Mongolia REDD+ program took the opportunity to host a breakfast meeting with Members of Mongolia’s Parliament on 14th December to launch discussions on the development of Mongolia REDD+ strategy