GGGI Mongolia team receives a “Green passport” from the Ministry of Environment and Tourism

Mr. Romain Brillie, GGGI Country Representative in Mongolia has received a Green passport from H.E. Tserenbat. N, Minister for Environment and Tourism with honor to promote and contribute to the implementation of the Green passport campaign.
The Green passport campaign was initiated and started by MET. The main purpose of the Green passport is to promote eco clubs at secondary schools and encourage children to contribute to natural conservation and improve their habits and attitude to “how to live green.”

The Green passport campaign has two phases as follows:

  • Phase I: Seven months period starting from February 1 to September 10, 2018
  • Phase II: Twelve months from September 10, 2018 to September 10, 2019.

The Green passport will be distributed to about 70 percent of total pupils studying at high schools of Ulaanbaatar city. The passport has 12 pages with different content such as water, waste, green environment, traditional methods of natural conservation. The pupils will keep records on this passport and use it as a tool for leading and educating others including family members and friends in green lifestyle and natural conservation.