Special Report

Special Report is an English digest of KRIHS research reports, published to provide information about Korea`s key urban and regional issues to interested scholars and policy makers across the world. It highlights the outstanding research studies completed by the research fellows of KRIHS.
  • Special Report (Vol. 15)
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    SPECIAL REPORT VOL. 15 (2010) Fundamentals of Spatial Development and Planning Before and After the Reunification of Germany / Peter Jurczek ​  1. Regional Development of the Inner-German Border Area Before and After the Political Change  2. Regional Developmental Initiatives  From Death Zone to Life Line - 20 Years of Green Belt / Uwe Riecken, Karin Ullrich  1. The Inner-German Green Belt: Importance and Opportunity  2. Implementing the Green Belt in Germany by Large-Scale Nature Conservation Projects  3. Nature Experience at the Green Belt  4. The European Green Belt  5. Outlook  Large-scale Protection Areas Along the Green Belt – the Example of Schaalsee / Bernhard Seliger  1. Introduction  2. Large-scale Conservation Areas and the Mapping of Focus and Development Areas Along the Green Belt  3. The Schaalsee Biosphere Reserve – An Overview  4. Towards a Comprehensive Development of Schaalsee Biosphere Reserve  5. Innovative Approaches to Nature Protection in Schaalsee Biosphere Reserve - New Concepts for Korea? Tourism Development and Aspects of Spatial Planning in the Former German Border Area / Bernhard Koppen  1. Introduction  2. The Relevance of the Tourist Industry for Eastern-Germany  3. Tourism and Regional Planning  4. Tourism in the Former German Border Area  5. The Relevance of the German Experience for the Korean Case  6. Conclusion  The European Green Belt as a Form of Environmental Governance / Jarmo Kortelainen  1. Introduction  2. Green Belt as Environmental Governance  3. Green Belt on the Ground  4. Tool of Environmental Governance  5. Building the Networks  6. Conclusion 
  • Special Report (Vol. 14)
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    SPECIAL REPORT VOL. 14 (2009) Selecting Inter-Korean Collaborative Projects in the Border Region in the East Sea Coastal Area and the Analysis of its Ripple Effects / Kim Young-bong·Lee Seung-bok·Kim Eun-jung  1. Introduction  2. Literature Review  3. Methods  4. Results  5. Conclusion The Evaluation of TMV(Transport Mode Value) for Green Growth in Korea / Kim Jong-hak·Ko Yong-seok  1. Introduction  2. Energy Consumption and Emissions in Korea’s Transport Sector  3. The Concept of TMV and Frame Analysis  4. Evaluation of Transportation Service for TMV Analysis  5. The Evaluation of TMV  6. Conclusions and Implications U-City Policy and Planning System of Korea / Kim Jung-hoon·Cho Chun-man  1. Summary of U-City  2. Direction of Executing U-City Policies  3. U-City Plan Systems 
  • Special Report (Vol. 13)
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    * Summary * Acronyms and Abbreviations 1. Introduction 1) Context of the study 2) Purposes of the Study 3) Methodology 4) Literature Review 2. New Rationale for Planning Systems 1) Problems of Spatial Development Plan and Environmental Plan 2) Need for an Integrative Approach 3. Principles of Linkage of Spatial Development Plan and Environmental Plan 1) Issues 2) Considerations 4. Strategies of Linkage of Spatial Development Plan and Environmental Plan 1) Planning Establishment 2) Eco-friendly Planning 5. Conclusion: Integration Development and Conservation * Bibliography
  • Special Report (Vol. 12)
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    * Summary * Acronyms and Abbreviations 1. Introduction 1) Context of the study 2) Purposes of the Study 3) Methodology 4) Literature Review 2. New Rationale for Planning Systems 1) Problems of Spatial Development Plan and Environmental Plan 2) Need for an Integrative Approach 3. Principles of Linkage of Spatial Development Plan and Environmental Plan 1) Issues 2) Considerations 4. Strategies of Linkage of Spatial Development Plan and Environmental Plan 1) Planning Establishment 2) Eco-friendly Planning 5. Conclusion: Integration Development and Conservation * Bibliography
  • Special Report (Vol. 11)
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    * Summary * Acronyms and Abbreviations 1. Introduction 1) Context of the study 2) Purposes of the Study 3) Methodology 4) Literature Review 2. New Rationale for Planning Systems 1) Problems of Spatial Development Plan and Environmental Plan 2) Need for an Integrative Approach 3. Principles of Linkage of Spatial Development Plan and Environmental Plan 1) Issues 2) Considerations 4. Strategies of Linkage of Spatial Development Plan and Environmental Plan 1) Planning Establishment 2) Eco-friendly Planning 5. Conclusion: Integration Development and Conservation * Bibliography
  • Special Report (Vol. 10)
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    * Acronyms and Abbreviations 1. Directions and Achievements of Environmental Policy / Kim, Sunhee 1) 1960s-1970s: Economic Growth Prioritized over Environmental Conservation 2) 1980s: Improvement of National Living Environment 3) 1990s: Conflicts between Development and Conservation 4) 2000s: Establishment of Sustainable Territorial Environment Management System 5) Promoting Green Growth and Pleasant Territorial Environment 2. Directions and Achievements of Water Resources Policy / Park, Taesun 1) Miracle of the Han River: From Flood Control to River-friendly Policy 2) Prior to 1960: Seed for Survival Planted on Ruins of War 3) 1960s-1970s: Miracle of the Han River 4) 1980s-1990s: From Development to Conservation 5) 2000s: Water Resources Management by Citizens 6) Gathering Technology, Knowledge and Wisdom Together * Bibliography
  • Special Report (Vol. 09)
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    * Foreword * Summary * Acronyms and Abbreviations 1. Introduction 1) Context of the Study 2) Characteristics of the Study 3) Scope and Methodology 2. Environmental Degradation 1) Concept of Environmental Degradation 2) Definitions and Types 3. Causes of Environmental Degradation 1) Overview of the Analysis 2) Current Planning Systems and Limitations 3) Actual Conditions of Environmental Degradation 4) Causes of Environmental Degradation 4. Basic Directions for Mitigating Environmental Degradation 1) Presumptions in Addressing Environmental Degradation 2) Action Plan Strategies for Mitigating Environmental Degradation 3) Action Plan Measures for Mitigating Environmental Degradation 5. Preparation of Action Plan Measures 1) Directions 2) Environmental Considerations for Spatial Development Plan 3) Environmental Plan as Development Guidelines 4) Unification and Integration of Environmental Impact Assessment 5) Natural Degradation Mitigation and Landscape Consideration Regulation 6) Systematic Introduction of Ecosystem Services 7) Environmental Map 6. Conclusions 1) Expected Effects of the Study 2) Characteristics and Limitations of the study 3) Concluding Remarks * Bibliography
  • Special Report (Vol. 08)
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    * Foreword * Authors * Acronyms and Abbreviations 1. Outline of Korea National GIS / Sakong, Ho-sang 1) Background and Purpose 2) Process and Status of NGIS Project 3) Functions and Roles of Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements 4) Future Plan 2. Present Status of National Spatial Data Infrastructure 1) Framework Data / Shin, Dong-bin 2) NGIS Standard / Kim, Mi-jeong 3) National Geographic Information Clearinghouse / Shin, Dong-bin 4) NGIS Technology Development / Chung, Moon-sub 5) GIS Education / Han, Shun-hee 6) Institutions and Organizations / Lee, Young-joo 7) Research Projects for NGIS / Seo, Ki-hwan 3. Major NGIS Projects 1) Korea Land Information Systems / Choe, Byong-nam & Kim, Kirl 2) Roads and Underground Facilities Management Systems / Kim, Jung-hoon & Han, Jay-il 3) Korea Planning Support Systems / Kim, Kirl
  • Special Report (Vol. 07)
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    * Foreword * Summary 1. Backgrounds 1) Concentration in the Capital Region and Regional Disparity 2) Decentralization of Pivotal Administrative Function to Regions 3) Need for Public Agencies Relocation to Regions 2. Case Study of Public Agencies Relocation 1) Domestic Cases 2) International Cases 3. Promotion Plans for Relocation of Public Agencies 1) Public Agencies to be Relocated to Regions 2) Plans for Regional Distribution 4. Plans for Innovation City Construction 1) Innovation City: Concept and Development 2) Plans for Innovation City Construction 5. Tasks Hereafter * Bibliography
  • Special Report (Vol. 06)
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    The "Act on Planning and Use of National Territory", which was established in February 2002, introduced the Land Suitability Assessment System (LSAS) in order to prevent urban sprawls into the vicinities of large cities. The LSAS is an evaluation tool of land that assesses a land by comprehensively considering the environmental quality and spatial features of the land along with its physical properties. A database can be built based on the assessment, and used to stop unplanned development of a land and establish a reasonable system for the control of urban growth. This paper reviews the methods and techniques of the LSAS of Korea, including a case study of the LSAS application to a city near Seoul. Keywords: land suitability assessment, urban growth control, smart growth, land use, urban planning
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