News & Views
Baikal Without Boundaries
October 11, 2013
This video, produced by the United Nations Development Programme, Global Environment Facility, United Nations Office for Project Services, and Atlas of Culture, deserves a look. If you're pressed for time, the portion from 4:20 to 6:47 focuses specifically on the Selenge basin.
Hands Across Borders
September 14, 2016
This documentary by Russia's RT network describes the threats to "Russia’s greatest national treasure."
This workshop, organized by team member Matt McKinney and others at the University of Montana's Center for Natural Resources and Environmental Policy, gathered participants representing 28 different transboundary conservation initiatives across 70 countries.
Planning an International Renewable Power Grid
Will a multi-nation power grid in Northeast Asia decrease or increase threats to the river? Short answer: it depends.
A Cautionary Tale?
December 24, 2018
The headline for this New York Times story by Nicholas Casey and Clifford Krauss is blunt: "It Doesn’t Matter if Ecuador Can Afford This Dam. China Still Gets Paid." The parallels between Ecuador and Mongolia may not be exact, but the implications for the Selenge are definitely not pretty.