Hay and mineral lick placed for red deer fawns reintroduced to Khantaishir Range
The Environment and Tourism Department of Gobi-Altai aimag placed 100 small bales of hay and 200 kg mineral lick for 20 red deer fawns reintroduced to Khantaishir Range as a biotechnical measure.
Severe weather events caused loss worth MNT7.6 billion in 2020
Last year, there were 90 severe weather events and 11 catastrophic occurrences in Mongolia.
First Deputy Governor of Capital city meets MCA-Mongolia CEO
The First Deputy Governor of the Capital City J.Sandagsuren held a meeting with the CEO of MCA-Mongolia E.Sodontogos last week. The General Manager of Ulaanbaatar City and the Head of the Governor's Office T.Gantumur, General Counsel of MCA-Mongolia P.Bayar and specialist P.Enkhmandakh were also present.
Khankh soum hit again by earthquake last night
Last night, at 03:15 AM of January 19, a 4.6 magnitude earthquake was reported in Khankh soum of Khuvsgul aimag. Residents of the soum felt a tremor, but no damages have been recorded, according to the Emergency Department of the aimag.
Repeating earthquakes occurred in Khankh soum
Repeating earthquakes have occurred in a place called Nuurt located in Khodon bagh, Khankh soum, Khuvsgul aimag. A magnitude 4.4 earthquake was reported at 08:56 am, January 17, another 3.8 magnitude quake occured at 01:39, 4.0 magnitude at 02:54, while two quakes of 4.7 and 4.4 magnitude were reported at 05:52, January 18.
Khuvsgul aimag's reindeer population stands at 3,127
The statistics department of Khuvsgul amag reports that the population of reindeer in the aimag has reached 3,127, which shows an increase of 18,6 percent or 491 compared to last year.
Saiga population in Khomyn Tal surpasses 100
Zavkhan aimag’s Environment and Tourism Department reports that over 100 saiga antelope were counted in the aimag last fall.
4.8 magnitude quake reported again in Khankh soum
Yesterday evening or at 19:10 pm, January 13, a 4.8 magnitude quake was recorded again in Khankh soum, Khuvsgul aimag,
A 4.2 magnitude earthquake reported again in Khuvsgul
Today morning or at 07:47 am, January 13, a 4.2 magnitude quake was reported again in Khankh soum, Khuvsgul aimag.
Strong 6.5 magnitude earthquake occured in Khuvsgul
Today, January 12, 6-time earthquakes occurred in a place in distance of 30 km southwest of Khankh soum, which locates 200 km northwest of Khuvsgul aimag center and citizens felt strong tremor. Specifically, a magnitude 6.5 earthquake was recorded at 05:32 AM, a magnitude 5.1 quake at 05:41, 4.6 quake at 05:47, 5.3 at 06:02, 5.0 at 06:10 and a magnitude 5.6 quake at 07:02 AM local time.
Online meeting discusses potential activities to reduce greenhouse gas emission
Mongolia has developed its Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), which was approved by the Government Decree No.407 of November 2019, with the aim to contribute to the Paris Agreement.
4.2 magnitude earthquake occurs in Khanbogd soum
Yesterday, January 7, at 9:12 PM, a 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck a place named ‘Uzuur Ulaan’ of Nomgon bagh of Khanbogd soum, Umnugobi aimag.
Hay, salt and fodder placed for animals in strictly protected areas
At this time of coldest weather throughout Mongolia, the Environment and Tourism Departments of the aimags are placing grass, fodder, and salt for animals in the Strictly Protected Areas.
4.3 magnitude earthquake recorded in Uvs aimag
Today morning, at 05:28 am, a 4.3 magnitude earthquake was recorded in a place named ‘Bugdug’ of Aldar bagh, Naranbulag soum of the aimag.
800,000-year old dinosaur fossils being kept at Darkhan-Uul Museum
There are many important archaeological discoveries found in Mongolia that confirm the existence of life thousands of years ago, and some are being kept at the Museum of Darkhan-Uul aimag.
Partnership for Ambitious Climate Action online forum organized
The United Nations, United Kingdom and France co-hosted the Climate Ambition Summit 2020 on December 12, in partnership with Chile and Italy.
Rangers of the capital city become members of IRF
Today, the Ulaanbaatar Environmental Department joined the International Ranger Federation (IRF) as a member. Founded in 1992 in the UK, the IRF united 65 ranger associations from national, state and territorial entities, as well as rangers around the world.
800 thousand ha of land taken under special protection
808 thousand ha of land has been newly taken under special protection as a result of staged works, the Ministry of Environment and Protection reports. Within the framework of a project running by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism and the United Nations Development Programme Office in Mongolia, a goal was set to expand protected area system and take 940 thousand hectares of land under special protection and over 86 percent of the target fields or 808 thousand ha of land has been taken under special protection so far.
Water lily in Khuvsgul aimag
Water lilies which grow in a lake in Rinchyenlkhumbe soum of Khuvsgul aimag open their petals every morning and close every evening.
Mohammad Faisal Al-Mutairi: Transportation is the main problem in the expansion of Mongolia-Kuwait trade