Simple solutions campaign starts to call ger district residents to insulate their houses with materials at hand
Within the framework of the “Switch Off Air Pollution” project, the Simple solutions campaign has been officially launched in Sukhbaatar and Songinokhairkhan districts with a call to insulate your house with the materials at hand. The aim of the campaign is to encourage the target group households to insulate their houses through low-cost simple solutions, and to spread word of mouth about the importance of insulation among the general public.
Sustainable textile production training for industry technical staff
Chief engineers and technical staff from the top wool and cashmere factories have been trained in 5 days online training on Sustainable textile production. One of the priority actions for implementing sustainable production at factories is the capacity of relevant staff to conduct hot spot analysis of each production pipe and based on the findings to properly identify and carefully plan the necessary steps for improvements.
KIM JONG IL: “Let us reunify the country independently and peacefully through the great unity of the entire nation”
Letter to the National Symposium to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Historic Joint Conference of Representatives of Political Parties and Public Organizations in North and South Korea April 18, Juche87 (1998)
Kim Jong Il and His Exploits for Global Peace
On December 17, 2011 Kim Jong Il, eternal Chairman of the National Defense Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, passed away. When the day comes round every year, many people of the world recall him with deep emotion.
Michael S. Klecheski :This strategic partnership is more than just words on paper
The strategic partnership of the U.S and Mongolia is important not just for our two nations but for the entire region because it represents a shining example of international cooperation between democracies. Our relationship is founded on our shared values of democracy, human rights, free and fair private sector economic growth, and the sovereignty of nations. These are fundamental values in both our countries – they are very real, in that both Americans and, I am convinced, Mongolians, genuinely believe in them in practice - and this is why our partnership is so strong and growing even closer.
We have vaccines, now comes the hard part
Recent good news on vaccines for COVID-19 brings us closer to ending the acute phase of this terrible pandemic. But the sense of collective relief must be accompanied by a healthy dose of reality. While the scientific community awaits detailed data from leading vaccine developers, several questions remain. Notably, it is still unclear how long immunity would last and whether it will prevent severe disease or prevent people from passing on the virus if already infected. This means that mitigation measures¾mask-wearing, social distancing, avoiding large crowds, and practicing good hygiene¾will likely be necessary for the foreseeable future.
NEXT 75 Conference searches for answers to the challenges of the future
On December 16, Sochi (Russia) will host the NEXT 75 international conference dedicated to global issues and challenges, which humanity is facing today. The main goal of the conference is to establish a dialogue about the future of our planet between famous scientists and the most proactive members of the younger generation.
Javkhlant Gobi Investment confirms compliance with ISO international standards from AFNOR
Javkhlant Gobi Investment, a mining service supplier to Oyu Tolgoi, has recently received international certificates of conformity from Afnor, an accredited certification body. Afnor confirmed the compliance of its integrated management system with international standards in the field of quality, industrial and occupational safety.
38 banks representing USD 15 trillion put in place the building blocks to aligning with Paris Climate Agreement
8 December/Geneva, UNEP Finance Initiative has today published an overview of the first steps taken by the 38 signatories to the Collective Commitment to Climate Action (CCCA), one year since they pledged to align their portfolios and business practices with the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement. Golomt Bank is the bank representing Mongolia, which joined the CCCA.
Branch supporting MSMEs and brigades in the construction sector launched
The Chingeltei District Branch of the Mongolian National Construction Association was established under the frames of the European Union-funded Switch Off Air Pollution project. The branch was established in April 2020 to provide training and mediation service for ‘Green jobs’ to project’s brigades and micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) working in the construction sector.
Gradual way to get a warm house
Did you know that gradually insulating your home step by step can improve the insulation of your home fully and prolong the house’s longevity? If you haven’t heard about it, please pay attention.Switch Off Air Pollution project allows people living in ger districts to live in comfortable houses with low heat loss, fully insulated by gradually insulating their houses step by step. Complete insulation of houses can reduce heat loss by up to 70 percent and reduce coal consumption, but the Switch Off Air Pollution project is introducing a step-by-step method of insulation, as not all households can afford to fully insulate at once.
Towards a gender-equal world: a mission for all
OpEd by High Representative/Vice-President Josep Borrell andCommissioner Jutta UrpilainenOur goal as EU is for everyone to have the same power to shape society and their own lives. We are putting it black on white in our third Gender Action Plan, adopted on 24 November calling for a gender-equal world. Now, due to the significant setback that COVID-19 has brought on the global work on equality and as we watch civil society organisations, including women’s and LGBTIQ organisations facing shrinking civic and democratic space, stepping up in building gender-equal world is more important than ever.
The wonderful benefits of yak ghee
Yak ghee is PERFECT IMMUNE SUPPORTER - HEALTHY FOOD. Compared to ordinary cow ghee, yak ghee has phosphorus, calcium, vitamin A, D, E, K, cholesterol, natural antioxidants, omega 3, 6, 9, unsaturated fatty acids and saturated fatty acids from 10% containing 4 times more acid which has an extraordinary advantage. Also yak ghee has the advantage of a balanced content of minerals, nutrients, fats, essential vitamins, saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. These nutrient minerals and various fatty acids ensure the basic structure of the human body and their normal functioning.
Rosatom Launches Global Atomic Quiz Celebrating World Science Day
Rosatom is launching an international educational project Global Atomic Quiz celebrating World Science Day and the 75th anniversary of the Russian nuclear industry, which is celebrated this year in Russia. The project’s mission is to show the importance of nuclear technologies in everyday life and to highlight the role that nuclear power plays in preserving our fragile planet.
Friendship between people will save the economy
The year of 2021 will mark the 100th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Russia. The history of Mongolian-Russian relations confirms Russia's ability for strategic partnership and ensuring mutually beneficial relations. At a time when the process of ever-increasing interconnectedness of global countries and their peoples began, world economic, political, cultural, religious integration among them did as well.
Corporate raiding and Mongolia
Identifying the existence of corporate raiding in Mongolia no longer requires studies, glasses, or microscopes. Putting aside the all-too-familiar cases, it is worthwhile to note the following: Mongolia has been globally acclaimed for its success in preventing the COVID-19 pandemic. This must be emulated in a consistent and determined fight against corporate raiding on all levels to cut it at its roots. Only then, can the country prosper as a decent economy which is self-reliant and not at the mercy of others.
In Central Asia, a Soviet-era electricity network could power future energy sharing
With expanding regional cooperation and a readily available platform, the building blocks are in place for Central Asia to achieve energy security, resilience and economic competitiveness.
Mohammad Faisal Al-Mutairi: Transportation is the main problem in the expansion of Mongolia-Kuwait trade