The environmental database is designed to store and use data for the purpose of publishing analyses, scientific research and journalistic materials indirectly or directly related to environmental protection issues in the Kyrgyz Republic.

The data is publicly available, will be updated continuously, and can be used in environmental research, as well as for the creation of professional materials by journalists and researchers, with the obligatory mention of the source of the data and a link to the NGO “MoveGreen”.

We are also open to receiving data and information on environmental protection in the Kyrgyz Republic from non-governmental and international organizations. If you would like your research or other data to be published on the database, please send us requests for movegreen.bishkek.kg@gmail.com

The database for the launch period mainly includes data from the following sources in descending order of information used in the database:

1. Statistical Compilation of the National Statistical Committee “Environment in the Kyrgyz Republic” 2015-2019, Bishkek-2020;

2. National Report on the State of the Environment of the Kyrgyz Republic for 2011-2014, Bishkek-2019;

3. Data from the website of the National Statistical Committee (water resources, land resources, biodiversity, waste management);

4. Up-to-date data on air quality according to the civil monitoring of the NGO “MoveGreen”;

5. Air quality data of the Agency for Hydrometeorology under the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Kyrgyz Republic, 2019-2021;

6. Data of the Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Kyrgyz Republic on respiratory diseases in the Kyrgyz Republic, 2015 – 2020;

7. Share of renewable energy sources in the Kyrgyz Republic, Ministry of Energy and Industry of the Kyrgyz Republic, 2010-2018.

The environmental database was developed by the environmental organization “MoveGreen” within the framework of the project “Media Heroes: Creating Excellence in Journalism” with the financial support of the Democratic Commission of the U.S. Embassy in the Kyrgyz Republic.

The opinions, conclusions, and conclusions or recommendations expressed herein represent the views of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of State.

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