Environmental Pollution Across the Lifespan in Mongolia (Mongolian)

Event: Combatting Urban Air Pollution Impacts on Maternal and Child Health in Asia: A Science and Policy Dialogue

Environmental Pollution Across the Lifespan in Mongolia (Mongolian)

29 October 2019
Author / Speaker: 
David Warburton, University of Southern California - Email the author | Other materials by the author

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This presentation discussed the seasonal air pollution and pollution hotspots in Ulaanbaatar. It further explored evidence that points to air pollution as the Mongolia's number one public health problem such as the correlation between seasonal air pollution and fetal death, as well as specific projects that address this.

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