Students affected by traffic pollution experience a drop in test scores, an increase in behavioral incidents and more absences.
– Heissel et al., 2019 (NBER)
Exposure to small-particle pollution (like PM2.5 found in Ulaanbaatar) can increase the risk of infertility by 20%. Such exposure can also increase the time to pregnancy, or the time it takes for one to conceive.
– Li et al., 2021
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Learn about how Mongolia can end air pollution – ‘Unlock’ Podcast ft. Breathe Mongolia (in Mongolian only)
Are You One of the 89,000 Households to Be Connected to the Power Grid in 2021?
09 · Mar · 2021
Our bilingual air pollution map is the most comprehensive and easy-to-use tool for tracking air pollution in Mongolia. That is why we’re so excited to announce the launch of our new interactive zoning feature!
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How Air Pollution Can Damage Your Skin
10 · Apr · 2021
The skin is actually the largest organ of the human body, and it acts as one of your body’s first barriers of defense against foreign substances. Air pollution has been associated with the following dermatological conditions: atopic dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis or acne, and even skin cancer.
How Mongolia’s Air Pollution Crisis Stacks Up: A Comparison between Mongolia, Bangladesh, Nigeria, and the United Kingdom
06 · Mar · 2021
While the contents in toxic and unhealthy air are usually the same—a combination of PM2.5, PM10, carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and other pollutants—the context behind every country with an air pollution problem is different. While some countries with large populations, such as the United Kingdom, China, and India also have air pollution issues, Mongolia’s air pollution cannot be blamed on a few corporate entities or industrial “bad guys” only.