Mongolia’s cashmere producers seek sustainable future

Mongolia is the second largest producer of cashmere after China, providing nearly 28 percent of all global supply.
But the demand for cashmere is affecting Mongolia’s environment as overbreeding of goats has contributed to desertification. Producers and consumers are coming together to try to find sustainable options for keeping the industry alive. Al Jazeera’s Pearly Jacob reports from Bayankhongor.

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