Find out what's new in the Mongolia program.
Scott Anderson reflects on recent travels to witness the Conservancy's work in Mongolia. Learn more
Herding has made the Eastern Steppe what it is. Now, see how it's defining Mongolia's future.
Much has changed in her homeland since she was a child, but she is committed to protecting the natural beauty of Mongolia.
Join Gala Davaa, conservation director for The Nature Conservancy's Mongolia program, in the wild, rolling grasslands that define his country's environment.
Mongolia's lakes and rivers need help if the country is to preserve its nomadic lifestyle.
A lot has changed since Gala grew up in the mountains of Mongolia, but he’s working to preserve the country’s immense natural resources as it approaches a momentous crossroads.
We are working with Mongolia to create a blueprint for sustainable development in many parts of the country.We are working with Mongolia to create a blueprint for sustainable development in many parts of the country.
Learn how the Conservancy helped rangers in Mongolia’s Toson Hulstai Nature Reserve and about the steppe’s ecology during one of the country’s harshest winters ever.
Mongolia stands at a crossroad between conservation and development. See how we're helping strike a balance.
Take a quiz to see how much you know about the grasslands of the Eastern Steppe and their connection to climate change. Then watch a slideshow of the people who call these grasslands home.
President Elbegdorj of Mongolia noted at a Conservancy event that his two priorities — people and nature — are shared by the Conservancy, making the two natural partners in Conservation.
Mongolian park ranger Amar Purev and six other Mongolians visit California and Arizona in search of strategies that will help them better protect Toson Hulstai Nature Reserve.