Mongolians seek ways to fight pollution

Mongolia's capital is one of the coldest in the world, as well as being among the most polluted in winter. More than half the residents living in Ulaanbaatar's suburbs burn coal to keep warm.

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    Mongolia's capital is one of the coldest in the world, as well as being among the most polluted in winter.

    More than half the residents living in Ulaanbaatar's suburbs burn coal to keep warm.

    They are getting frustrated because of failed government bids to cut the pollution and are now starting to take action.

    Al Jazeera's Pearly Jacob reports.


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