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A Study on the Mountainous Districts Management for the Preservation and Utilization of the Efficient Mountainous Districts - Focusing on Management Plan and Classification of Mountainous Districts -

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2019, 87(), pp.141-162
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law
  • Received : July 31, 2019
  • Accepted : August 20, 2019
  • Published : August 27, 2019

Jeong Hoe Gun 1

1남서울대학교

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ABSTRACT

In Korea, mountainous district account for more than 63.7% of the national land area. Reasonable mountainous district management is necessary for harmonious conservation and utilization of mountainous district. The Mountainous Districts Management Act stipulates the Master Plans for Management of Mountainous Districts and the Classification of Mountainous Districts for the management of the mountain areas. In recent years, the social demands and demands for the mountainous areas are changing drastically due to population growth, industrialization, urbanization, aging, and disappearance of local cities. Especially, due to the urbanization of the city, demand of urban development for mountainous district is increasing. The increase of the national income is a factor for resting space in the forest to relieve the fatigue of city life. At the present time, the type and value of mountainous district are changing in accordance with changes in society. Macroscopic and ecological management for harmonious use and conservation of mountain areas is becoming very important. The demand for new development is continuously increasing in the development of mountainous district, mainly in mountainous district around the city. This is an indiscriminate mountain area, and it will form the unexplored mountain development. Undeveloped mountain areas destroy the natural environment by damaging the forests. Landslides, which cause enormous damage to people's lives and property, are caused by weather changes, heat waves, and heavy rain. However, the more important cause is the secondary damage caused by the over-exploitation of the mountain area. Of course, the development of mountain areas will be necessary for economic development, but it is necessary to develop reasonable mountain areas with minimum mountain development. Due to the various situations of modern society, the people are changing the values about the mountainous district. It is very important to manage the mountain area for harmonious use and conservation of the mountain area in accordance with changing social conditions. Therefore, for the present and the future, we plan to establish rational standards for mountain management plan and division of mountainous area to reduce the damage of mountain development and to promote economic development.

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