The division drives three core research themes; ‘Global Forest Policy Evaluation’, ‘International Forest Cooperation’, and ‘Inter-Korean Forest Cooperation’.
Developments of K-SDG, ESG indicators and its relevant assessment methods, global REDD+ projects and environmental conventions, PES models for developing countries.
K-SDGs and Global Forest Policies Analysis
Developing the Measures by the Forestry Sector Contributing to Carbon Neutrality and ESG
Coping with International Conferences and Conventions
Developments of forest-related international cooperation agendas, mid-and long-term strategies of bi-and multi-lateral ODA projects, evaluation frameworks to perform ODA projects and seeking forest-related international cooperation agenda.
Seeking Adequate Species for Peatland Restorations
Developing Models for Neighborhood Income Promotion with Peatland Canals
Coping with Global Forestry Conferences, i.e, UN Forum on Forests
Developments of cooperation strategies and plan for forest management between two Koreas, leading to major agendas and proposing new agenda, analyzing the scientific data on the basis of geographic and scientific data, establishment and operation of integrated archivement for forest science information.
Monitoring of Stocking and Degraded Forest Lands in North Korea (2018)
Site Map of Agroforestry Implementations in North Korea
Current status of forest utilization and major iconic mountains in North Korea