The Green Economy Policy Assessment report gives an overview of the current the policy and legal environment of four selected sectors in Mongolia: construction, solid waste management, energy and water management. The report also presents scenarios utilizing the Threshold 21 (T21) framework, jointly developed by the Millennium Institute, Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Environment and Tourism to test national targets and the effects of investing in a green economy in Mongolia. The report is also available in Mongolian.
The British Embassy Ulaanbatar, The Asia Foundation
The "Mongolia: Green development strategic action plan for Ulaanbaatar 2020" aims to operationalize the green development agenda and transform Ulaanbaatar into a green, environmentally sustainable city, which is inclusive of economic growth, active participation of the citizens and a safe and a healthy environment. Apart from recognizing the problems the action plan addresses the negative consequences of rapid urbanization and ensures inclusivity and sustainability.
For the first time, new research presented in the Green Economy Barometer 2018: Mongolia report has quantified the opportunities of the green economy in Mongolia. Legislative commitment and investment in sustainable, inclusive economic practice could have a transformative effect by 2030. But is the country ready to make the commitment to a sustainable future?
United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment), Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE)
A Guideline for Sustainable Public Procurement: Adapted for use by Mongolian public procurement officers of all level budgetary bodies aims to provide guidance to all governments and organizations interested in the implementation of Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP).
Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE), United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment)
This legal review, Review of the Public Procurement Legal Framework of Mongolia, is one of the preliminary studies recommended by the UNEP Approach to Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) with a view to design and then implement an SPP Action Plan.
Mongolia can use its vast renewable energy resources to bolster energy security, reduce pollution, meet global climate commitments and develop regional electricity exports, finds Mongolia Renewable Readiness Assessment prepared jointly by IRENA and Mongolian Ministry of Energy.
As part of the PAGE inception phase and a broader stocktaking exercise, ILO has committed to undertake a green jobs mapping study, a mapping study on the employment aspects of greening the economy of Mongolia was commissioned.
This Mongolia’s Transition to a Green Economy: A Stocktaking Report, produced by the Ministry of Environment and Green Development of Mongolia with the support of the Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE), analyses Mongolia's progress towards a green economy, taking stock of rel