Space & Environment

The primary purpose of the Space and Environment publication is to present comprehensive overview of the modern-day territorial development in Korea to international experts and professionals in the relevant fields. The publication includes major research studies completed by KRIHS in diverse topics, such as national/international territory planning, region planning, city planning, housing system, land infrastructure, transportation system, GIS, general living condition, and etc.

S & E (Vol. 70)

  • 2017-10-13
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Issue & Trends

01 Future Prospects of Metropolitan Regions and Response Strategies / Yongwoo Lee, Jiyoung Lim

1. Metropolitan Regions, Central Space for Modern Life

2. Methodology Combining Scenario Planning and Spatial Simulation

3. Four Scenarios That Would Deal a Blow to Future of Metropolitan Region

4. Future Metropolitan Response Measures


02 Study on the Integrated Urban Policy for Safe Cities / Myoengsoo Kim

1. Research Overview

2. Cutrrent Policies in Response to Key Issues

3. Conclusion & Future Tasks

In-Depth Look

01 Urban Microclimate Management: A Smart canopy Cover Strategy​ / Seung Man An

1. Urban Microclimate?

2. Economy Oriented Urban Growth Has Altered Urban Microclimate

3. Avenues for the Smart Urban Canopy Expansion in Korea

4. Future Urban Canopy Expansion Policies


02 Utilization of Geospatial Information Convergence Models for Supporting Regional Policy-making / Youngjoo Lee, Eunsun Im, Misook Cha

1. Why Utilization of Geospatial Information Convergence Models for Supporting Regional Policy-making?

2. Utilization of Geospatial Information Convergence Models for Implementing Regional Policy-making

3. Polans to Utilize Geospatial Information Convergence in Implementing Regional Policies


Global Partnership News

- Host Country Seminar of AIIB's 2017 Annual Meeting

- 2017 KRIHS-KOICA National Territorial Policy Responding to Climate Change

- 2017 KRIHS-WBG Joint Workshop



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