Environmental Recovery Issues Related Mining Sector in Mongolia(Manufacturing and Environmental Management (II))

Chinbat UNDRAM
2012 Nihon Joho Keiei Gakkaishi  
JapanSociety forInformation and Management 178 H ]Fi・1fiW*&i・4ftES 2012 Vol.33,No.1 --fi ge. s( Abstract: Mongolia is becoming one qf the fostest g",vving economies in the )vorld with reat (;DP grv}vth of6,1 pervent in 2010 and an estimation of9.8 peft:ent in 2011. bi the first 10 months of201J, acconting to the National Statistical Qilice qfMongolia, the total industrial outpttt increased by 10. 1 pet=ent, compared to the same period Qf the previotts yean 71Fie inctiiase was mainly d"e to
more » ... mainly d"e to n7.ining and quarr.ving ptoducts such as crude oi4 coal and iron ote. 77re mining sector is signi,ficantt.v・ contrihuting to the countty 's econotnic gro}vth and has a mc"'orpotential to improve the tiving stanclarels oj]thepopttlatioft Hbweveny on the other hand, environmentat and ecorogicat issues are becoming one qfthe biggest c'hallenges in the coMnttly. 71he stucb, attenu]ted to address mining direct inrpacts on soil, vvater and air and indiirvct impacts on ecotogical batance and ht{man devetopment conctt{ding with sttggested action,r that needs to be taken b.}, thepvtic.y makers,
doi:10.20627/jsim.33.1_178 fatcat:a7pmbt7ofvgshofazgbywqjgwq