Application of Inclusive Environmental Impact Assessment for Newly-Proposed Airport in Korea Lee, Hee-Su; Park, Jong-Chun; Kim, Hyo-Seob; Jang, Chang-Hwan;
The need and importance of developing and utilizing the oceans, not only as sources of renewable energy and mineral resources, but also as countermeasures to global warming such as for CCS (carbon capture and storage), have continued to increase, especially in countries with limited land areas and resources. Therefore, it is necessary to assess the sustainability of an ocean utilization technology or system not only from an economic point of view but also from an ecological one. For this purpose, it might be effective to develop a comprehensive evaluation method and/or index, by which the assessment of and decisions about a technology and system can be made more objectively. It would also be useful to have an environmental simulation model, which was developed and reported in a previous research. The aim of this study was to modify a reasonable and quantitative index, with which a comprehensive evaluation system can be established, to assess environmental sustainability and risk.
Quantitative environmental impact assessment;Construction of airport;Ecological footprint;Triple I;Photosynthesis;Annual rate of change;
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