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Mongolia national low emission stove strategy : completing the transition to a sustainable market for cleaner stoves (Inglês)

This report on Mongolia national low emission stove strategy points out that Mongolia has already set out to achieve access to cleaner, affordable cooking and heating appliances in peri-urban areas of Ulaanbaatar. Despite initial success, a sustainable, clean stove market has not yet been established due to a number of challenges. This success came about with hard efforts. However, the achievements and investments are at risk for a number of factors discussed in this report. The risks are sufficiently serious that they could even reverse hard-won air quality improvements. This report sets out a proposed national low-emission stove strategy for Mongolia. The objective of the strategy is to establish a sustainable market for low emission stoves in Mongolia. The report focuses on clean heating and cooking stoves as well as small water heating boilers used in Ulaanbaatar.


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    Mongolia national low emission stove strategy : completing the transition to a sustainable market for cleaner stoves

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