The GIZ SPACES project has created the following animated videos in cooperation with the Ministry of Environment and Tourism:
  • Visitors Guideline for PAs, developed in accordance with the international “Leave No Trace” principle. The original video produced in 2021 was later replaced by an updated version based on characters from the radio drama series in order to benefit from the latter’s popularity.
  • Mongolian PAs as natural life support systems”, ten facts to present PA policies and management of PAs in detail: on grasslands, forests, soil resources, water resources, biodiversity, adaptation to climate change, eco-tourism, cultural heritage, and environmental education.

Short videos such as “Green Development Policy in Mongolia” and “Genghis Khan's Struggle to Protect the Environment” created by People-centered Conservation (PCC) NGO call for the protection of the environment with the participation of the public. In addition, PCC has published videos on the voluntary implementation of land tenure rights.

Among many other social media activities, WWF Mongolia, in collaboration with eco club students, organized an annual Mongolian gazelle protection forum “Steppe Beauty” campaign in the Sukhbaatar province. The WWF Khovd office made interesting videos about the study of saiga, the summer camp of the eco club, and interviews with herders. Another EEC effort was the campaign Children help secure a future for snow leopards in Mongolia when youth collected 250 jaw traps and created a sculpture out of them – now hosted at the Freshwater Center in Ulaanbaatar. A group of children staged a self-written play, appeared on national TV, and met the Minister of Environment and Tourism.

The Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF), together with the Ecological Education Center (EEC-NUM), has launched a video series for children and youth to introduce environmental law. In another series, supported by HSF, experts from the Ecological Police Department provide simplified legal information on how to report crimes that damage the environment.

These podcast-style series address poaching and forest fire prevention as well as 
wildlife protection issues. They also reach out to children and youth through their Facebook page. On the occasion of the annual Forest Day, HSF has also produced videos on legal aspects of forestsecosystem services, and poaching.

Together with the Mongolian Environmental Civil Council (MECC), HSF invited experts to discuss and raise awareness on the importance of water, nature conservation, and what can we do about climate change.

The international NGO Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) has published video lessons on how rangers can use SMART patrolling, environmental crime, poaching, logging, and environmental pollution.

Another international NGO, Zoological Society of London (ZSL), developed a wildlife product identification mobile app (freely downloadable on Android and Apple), and reached more than a third of Mongolia’s population through an awareness-raising campaign on illegal wildlife trade (IWT). For years, ZSL has been running a campaign on the conservation of Mongolia’s wild camels, which has recently also been supported by GIZ SPACES and other MGM partners.