đź’¸ How the Mongolian Government is Financing Air Quality Management Despite Budget Cuts


In 2017, the Mongolian Government will spend 11 billion MNT (approximately US $4.5million) on addressing air pollution in the country. Clean Air Asia’s country synthesis report on Mongolia shows that much like many cities in India, the sources of air pollution there include emissions from motor vehicles; stationary sources—CHP, heat-only boilers (HOB), and industry; and area sources—household stoves, refuse burning, road dust, and sandstorms. MONGOLIA.


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