Unravelling the complexity of air pollution in the world’s coldest capital city — ScienceDaily

Ulaanbaatar is often called the world’s coldest capital city because the temperature can reach ?40 °C on winter nights. The harsh climate causes each household in a ger (a traditional Mongolian house) to consume >5 t of raw coal and 3 m3 of wood each year. The increasing population and demand for energy in Ulaanbaartar […]