JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
Natural Environmental Protection System in North Korea-Economic and Legal Perspectives
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
Natural Environmental Protection System in North Korea-Economic and Legal Perspectives
Lee, Yoon; Chah, Eun-Young;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
Natural environmental protection system in North Korea is rarely understood mainly because of lack of information in scientific and legislative fields. Legislation is very important to achieve goal for protected areas, which are described in "Natural Protected Area Law(NPAL)". Cabinet of North Korea has authorities to lead the Central Agency for Land and Environment Conservation(CALEC). Designation and managements of natural protected areas are regarded as CALEC and local governments responsibilities. There are many differences between South and North Korea. Especially legislation system has many differences. North Korea's Labor Party is superior to the Government and Labor Party's order has at least the same authority to regulate and manage the national policy and means. With NPAL, CALEC organizes the national plan for natural protected area and regulate the activities of the Agencies for Land and Environment Conservation in the aspects of action plan, budget and other resources. For the reunification in the future, legislation system of North Korea should be understood.
 Keywords
Korea;North Korea;Natural Protected Area Law;Reunification;Economic cooperation;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
 References
1.
Barton, N. H., Briggs, D. E. G., Eisen, J. A., Goldstein, D. B., Pattel, N. H., 2007, Evolution, 1st ed., Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, 18-35.

2.
Chu, J. M., Jung, H. S., Park, K. A., 2006, Forum of environment in South and North Korea. Korea Environmental Institute, Seoul, 1-23. (in Korean)

3.
Han, S. W., 2008, Recent activity and goal of North Korea's environmental legislation. North Korea's legislative research, 11, 1-19. (in Korean)

4.
Han, S. W., Jo J. H., Lee, C. H., 2007, A study on environmental legal systems in South and North Korea, Korea Environment Institute, Seoul, 1-29. (in Korean)

5.
Kim, J. S., 2010, A study on Environment Protection Law of North Korea, in: 2010 Research on comparison of legal system between South and North Korea(II)., Korea Legislation Research Institute, Seoul, 91-143. (in Korean)

6.
Kong, W. S., 2002, Biogeographic feature of North Korean ecosystem, Journal of Environmental Impact Assessment, 11,157-172. (in Korean)

7.
Kwon, O. S., 2007, Environmental economics, 2nd ed., Bakyoungsa, Seoul, 325-337. (in Korean)

8.
Lee, Y., Chah, E. C., 1996, The marine pollution as an economic problem - the case study of harmful algal blooming, Ocean Research, 18(2),173-181. crossref(new window)

9.
Lee, Y., Chah. E. C., 2014, Marine Pollution Prevention Law of North Korea -legislational and economic perspectives, Journal of Korean Society of Marine Environments and Safety, 20(6). (in Korean, in Press)

10.
Ministry of Environment, 1995, National plan of marine pollution prevention, Gyeonggi, 1-30. (in Korean)

11.
Ministry of Environment, 2013, 2013 White paper of environment, Gyeonggi, 363-376. (in Korean)

12.
National Intelligence Service, 2010a, Environment Protection Law, in: Legal document of North Korea Part I, Seoul, 357-365. (in Korean)

13.
National Intelligence Service, 2010b, Marine Pollution Prevention Law, in: Legal document of North Korea Part II, Seoul, 248-251. (in Korean)

14.
National Intelligence Service, 2010c, Natural Protected Area Law, in: Legal document of North Korea Part II, Seoul, 310-318. (in Korean)

15.
National Intelligence Service, 2010d, Fisheries Law, in: Legal document of North Korea Part I, Seoul, 674-682. (in Korean)

16.
National Intelligence Service, 2010e, Landscape and Natural Monument Protection Law, in: Legal document of North Korea Part II, Seoul, 37-41. (in Korean)

17.
Son, K. W., 2007, North Korea's environmental policy and reality, Lectures on reunification issue 16, Seoul, 30-47. (in Korean)

18.
Won, B. O., 1993, Natural ecosystem of North Korea -protection system of vertebrates, in: Protection of ecosystem in North Korea, The Korean Association for Conservation of Nature, Seoul, 1-54. (in Korean)

19.
Yu, W., 2011, Legislation system of North Korea and its understanding, Reunification and Law, 6, 50-111. (in Korean)

20.
Yun, K. K., 1993, Environmental policy, system of environmental laws and means of environmental cooperation in South and North Korea, Unification Study, 5(4), 236-270. (in Korean)

21.
Yun, H., Ji. Y. H., 2006, A study on Environmental Protection Law(2000) in North Korea, Environmental Law Research, 28(2), 237-271. (in Korean)