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Introduction to National Mid-term Fundamental Plan for Wetlands Conservation and Management
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  • Journal title : Journal of Wetlands Research
  • Volume 15, Issue 4,  2013, pp.519-527
  • Publisher : Korean Wetlands Society
  • DOI : 10.17663/JWR.2013.15.4.519
 Title & Authors
Introduction to National Mid-term Fundamental Plan for Wetlands Conservation and Management
Kim, Taesung; Jeong, Jiwoong; Moon, Sangkyun; Yang, Heesun; Yang, Byeonggug;
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 Abstract
The Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Korea set up 'the Fundamental Plan for Wetlands Conservation' to facilitate systematic surveys and management of various national wetlands and to promote sustainable conservation and use of those wetlands. The mid-term fundamental plan was established in accordance with the Article 5 of the Wetland Conservation Act, which spans 5 years from 2013 to 2017 and covers national wetlands including inland wetlands and coastal wetlands stated in the Act. The fundamental plan aims to promote the wise use of wetlands through establishing policies for sustainable conservation based on the assessment of implementation of the Fundamental Plan, setting up a scientific framework for establishment and implementation of national wetland policies by improving wetland survey systems and enhancing basis wetland data, improving the ecological health of wetlands and securing biodiversity conservation of wetlands by strengthening conservation and management system of national wetlands, and through raising public awareness and diversify education and promotion tools. The main objectives of the Fundamental Plan is to revise the entire Wetland Conservation Act, to create a new monitoring system of national inland wetlands, to upgrade the national wetlands inventory, to reflect the 'Ecological Map' for promoting precautionary management of wetlands, to improve the 'Wetland Restoration and Management' system to build wetlands resilience, and to systematize the wise use of wetlands that benefits local people. As the Ministry of Environment plans to establish its other master plan for wetland conservation based on the Fundamental Plan, this document introduces the Fundamental Plan to stakeholder and wetland professions.
 Keywords
environmental policy;fundamental plan;mid-term plan;wetlands conservation;
 Language
Korean
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