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State of the Environment Report Mongolia, 2008-2010 (english)

The Report of State of the Environment for 2008 to 2010 states that there are increasingly

negative impacts on the environment, for example: air pollution rates are increasing in the
capital and other big cities; desertification is increasing across Mongolia; rehabilitation work on
land damaged by mining activities are insufficient; the forest reserve area is decreasing; water
reserve management is insufficient; water pollution is increasing in some areas; and illegal use
of biodiversity is not decreasing.
To decelerate the negative changes in the state of the environment there is a need to improve
implementation of the legal framework and economy consistent with Mongolia’s ecology.
The primary mid-term strategies of the Government are the protection of native characteristics,
economic leverage for environmental protection, and expenditure on rehabilitation work
based on ecological and economic assessments.
I verify that the data and information contained in this report on current issues are the
results of real research into the current situation. It draws on the work of international and
non-governmental organisations, trainings, reports of research institutions, presentations, and
published information sets with scientific evidence.
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