The Guardian: UN launches Mongolia $4m appeal to clear up livestock killed by big freeze

The United Nations has launched a $4m dollar carcass-clearing appeal for Mongolia as millions of camels, goats, yaks and horses perish across the steppe from a climate double whammy of summer drought and winter snow. The international body will pay nomads to collect and bury dead livestock to ease the risks of disease, soil contamination and a worsening humanitarian disaster in a nation where one-third of the 2.7m population depends on animal husbandry. To read the full article, click hereUN launches Mongolia $4m appeal to clear up livestock killed by big freeze

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