19-year-old Munk-Ujin lives in the Mongolian capital Ulaanbaatar. She loves her city, and when she's not spending time with friends she likes to walk around and observe the progress going on all around her.
Climate change has forced many Mongolian herders to abandon their nomadic ways and resettle in the country's capital. This brings environmental challenges for Ulaanbaatar - which one group is combating through mapping.
Amid a growing corruption scandal and unpopular austerity measures, Mongolians have cast their votes for a new president. The electoral process is "truly testing the nerves of voters," according to analysts.
Harsh winters and dry summers are threatening the livelihoods of Mongolia's nomadic herders. Some are banding together to safeguard their herds - and communities - from the extreme conditions.
Extremely low temperatures and deep snow are putting at risk Mongolia's livestock. It's a disaster for the national economy, and it's also a huge problem for thousands of herders across the Asian nation.
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