Today is June 18 (one of the biggest shopping days in China), when our friends are busy emptying the shopping cart, We’d like to remind you that today is China's Grasslands Conservation Day.
Grasslands is one of the most important ecosystems on the earth, known as the "skin of the earth", which has important ecological functions such as wind break and sand fixation, soil and water conservation, climate regulation, and biodiversity maintenance, as well as irreplaceable economic and social functions.
Grasslands is widely distributed on the earth. The global grasslands area is about 3.2 billion ha., accounting for about 20% of the earth's land area. However, grasslands is the most like to be neglected ecosystem. There are many things you may not know about grasslands.
29 april 2021
E-training on improved law enforcement
WWF-Mongolia facilitates improved cooperation and capacity building of the stakeholders, namely civil servants and environmental practitioners through its joint trainings on environmental conservation organized at local and central levels.Read more
23 april 2021
Recent environmental conservation efforts on Ereen Range
Ereen Range is one of the target conservation spots designated in the management plan for OBNP.Read more
22 april 2021
Capacity building training for newly recruited rangers
The rangers were provided with insights of many relevant issues including who are rangers and their main duties as stated in the package environmental laws.Read more
19 april 2021
E-competition for “Steppe Ecosystems”
WWF-Mongolia successfully organized an e-competition to publicly publicise a copyrighted book “Steppe Ecosystems” through online platform with active youth participation.Read more
19 april 2021
Awareness activity on value of water and its efficient use
During this year’s events, the present and previous data on water consumption in residential areas from the previous year were compared and presented to the communities.Read more
16 april 2021
Lake enclosure is proven to be effective
The purpose of fencing this small lake is to protect it from livestock, to increase the water level and reduce the burden on the birds' nest and laid eggs.Read more
16 april 2021
Marmot reintroduction continues successfully
Specialists from WWF-Mongolia, in collaboration with rangers, conducted a monitoring study to determine the location and breeding success of reintroduced marmots.Read more
12 april 2021
Special Action against Wildlife Illegal Activities
From November 2020 to February 2021, WWF used AI anti-poaching prediction model and SMART data to help NCTLNP formulate a third-party acceptance scheme and establish a third-party patrol working group compassed by 26 rangers in field.
In March, this third-party working group and relevant experts were divided into three teams and went to Northeast China Tiger and Leopard National Park (NCTLNP)’s sub bureaus to assist its "Special Action against Wildlife Illegal Activities 2020 Winter -2021 Spring". WWF and WCS teams also supported the acceptance plan for this special action.
The final acceptance report will be carried out from April to May 2021. The special action in a large-scale can not only shows the anti-poaching achievements of the sub-bureaus of NCTLNP, but also further promote the anti-poaching work in China's national park pilot system. Read more