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Special Report (Vol. 40)

  • 2018-11-28
  • Lee Eun Mi /

Special Report Vol. 40 (2018)

 

 

RESEARCH ON REGIONAL RESILIENCE IMPROVEMENT COPING WITH FLOODING DISASTER BY CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECT (II)

 

Chapter I. Resilience Improvement Measures for Climate Change-related Flood Disaster Response II

1. Research Overview

Chapter II. Trends in Resilience Policies and the “Resilient City” Concept 

1. Overseas Trends in Resilience Strengthening Policies for 11 Disaster Prevention
2. Trends in Disaster Prevention Policies for Korean Cities 13
3. The Resilient City Concept

Chapter III. Current Damage Abatement Capacity Policies and Avenues for Improvement

1. Urban Planning for Disaster Prevention in Korea
2. Urban Regeneration Considering Disaster Prevention
3. Avenues for Improvement Damage Abatement Capacity Development Policies

 

Chapter IV. Current Damage Recovery Capacity Policies and Avenues for Improvement

1. Transportation Planning for Disaster Prevention
2. Pre-Disaster Recovery Plan
3. Damage Recovery Capacity Reinforcement Policies: Avenues for Improvement

 

Chapter V. Major Policy Proposals for Achieving Resilient Cities

 

           1. Developing All-purpose Flood Risk Data
           2. Establishing a Pan-governmental Consultation System
           3. Introducing Policies to Improve Damage Recovery Capacity
           4. Institutionalizing Resilience Assessments and Establishing Guidelines

Chapter VI. Conclusion

Summary

 

   Recently, the risk of mega flooding disaster has been increased by climate change
and urbanization effect. In order to reduce the damage by flooding disaster, resilience
concept has been introduced to disaster prevention field mainly in international
organizations and advanced countries. The flooding damage by Typhoon Chaba in
2016 and Cheonan Power Exchange in 2017 showed that the risk of flooding disaster
in Korea is increasing and that the flooding disaster could cause the Natech disaster. In
this context, this research was conducted in collaboration with KRIHS(Korea Research
Institute for Human Settlements) and the Woodrow Wilson Center in U.S., which has
recently developed and operated resilience reinforcement research and policies.
This research was conducted as two years research. In the first year research, the
resilience assessment method for disaster prevention field was developed and applied.
The main goal of the second year research is to improve reinforcement of the urban
resilience as the urban planning aspect. In this research, resilience is divided into the
capacity for damage abatement and the capacity for damage recovery, based on the
characteristics of resilience. This research present the problems and the direction of
improvement of the current policy related with the capacity for damage abatement
and recovery. Based on the direction of improvement of policy, the legal system
improvement method is suggested. For the policy related with the capacity for
damage abatement, the urban planning for disaster prevention and urban regeneration
considering disaster prevention are selected and investigated for searching the problem
of operation and suggesting the improvement method. Now, in Korea, the policy
related with the capacity for damage recovery is not actively settled yet, so this paper
suggest the direction of Korea’s introduction of related systems, based on the overseas
cases. For the policy related with the capacity for damage recovery, the transportation
planning considering disaster prevention and PDRP(Pre-Disaster Recovery Plan) in U.S.
are selected.

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