Mongolian Balancing Act: Energy or Livestock Water?

Author: 
Sheehy, Cody
Publisher: 
Autonomy Productions
Publication Year: 
2012
Description: 
Mongolia's rural towns are largely undeveloped and most have limited electricity. New dams are providing the energy needed for the new economy, but in combination with climate change, this electricity can sometimes be generated at the expense of tradition herding pastures that rely on the same rivers. This is a balancing act that faces Mongolians as they plan for the future.
Resource Type: 
Multimedia
Document Type: 
Video
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