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The Role and Task of National Land Planning for Realizing Environmental Policy

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2016, 75(), pp.101-123
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

Heo, Kang Moo ORD ID 1

1전북대학교

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ABSTRACT

‘Paris Agreement’ has been launched recently as a new climate regime which is to supercede ‘Kyoto Protocol’that is to be expired in 2020. In December, 2015, the 21st Framework Convention Climate Change Conference of the Parties(COP 21)adopted the Paris Agreement. Accordingly, required is the change of national land planning consequent on the launch of Paris Agreement. In the future to come, it’s necessary to come up with the national land planning aiming to achieve continuous economic development by forming the virtuous cycle structure of environment and economy as a new national development paradigm. The national land planning is promoted on the base of national land, and the very place where diverse projects are realized is national land. Accordingly, national land development, and its management style should be changed in preparation for climate change. In our country, national effort for sustainable development has been in progress in many different shapes since sustainable development was first mentioned at the UN Commission on Sustainable Development(UNCSD)in 1987. Korea has modified its national land planning in the direction of responding to global pending issues under the banner of‘Climate Change Response’, especially in national land planning. In national land planning in the future, Korea is placed in reality where it’s impossible to respond to climate change without acknowledging the fact that ‘environmental’public interest has absolute, or relative superiority over other public interests, such as residential stability, transportation, and industrial promotion, etc. Accordingly, now is the time for ‘National Land Planning’to set up the development direction, for which national land has to aim in response to environmental, social changes in the future, and to include the role as the plan which makes it possible to accomplish the land-aimed developmental direction. This study aims to make a policy proposal for the role and task of attainable national land planning by setting up the developmental direction, for which national land must aim in response to climate change, etc. This study consists of an overview of national land planning in Chapter II, examination of the means of eco-friendly national land planning in Chapter III, suggestion of the role and task of national land planning consequent on climate change, etc. in Chapter IV, and proposal of policies concerning eco-friendly land planning in Chapter V.

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