Future Forest Strategy Department

In order to develop forest policies and strategies to improve the quality of public life, Future Forest Strategy Department aims to develop policies for improving benefits from the forest industry and life in mountain village, to promote forest management techniques and strategies for carbon neutrality in response to climate change, to foster strategies for international forest cooperation and inter-Korean forest cooperation, and to thrive forest welfare system with landscape resource management.

Global Forest Policy Evaluation Research

The Global Forest Policy Evaluation Team studies and develops the following subjects; i) K-SDG indicators and those assessment methods; ii) ESG indicators and those assessment methods in the forestry sector; iii) global REDD+ projects and copes with international forestry and environmental conventions (UNFCCC, UNCCD, CBD, CITES, IPCC, etc.); iv) PES models for developing countries through analyzing and evaluating the global forestry and environmental policies.

  • K-SDGs and Global Forest Policies Analysis
    K-SDGs and Global Forest Policies Analysis

    K-SDGs and Global Forest Policies Analysis

  • Developing the Measures by the Forestry Sector Contributing to Carbon Neutrality and ESG
    Developing the Measures by the Forestry Sector Contributing to Carbon Neutrality and ESG

    Developing the Measures by the Forestry Sector Contributing to Carbon Neutrality and ESG

  • Coping with International Conferences and Conventions
    Coping with International Conferences and Conventions

    Coping with International Conferences and Conventions

International Forest Cooperation Research

The International Forest Cooperation Team studies and develops the following subjects; i) forest-related international cooperation agendas to reflect global trends; ii) mid-and long-term strategies of bi-and multi-lateral ODA projects; iii) qualitative and quantitative evaluation frameworks in order to perform effective ODA projects; iv) seeking forest-related international cooperation agenda and copes with global forestry conferences such as UNFF and COFO.

  • Seeking Adequate Species for Peatland Restorations
    Seeking Adequate Species for Peatland Restorations

    Seeking Adequate Species for Peatland Restorations

  • Developing Models for Neighborhood Income Promotion with Peatland Canals
    Developing Models for Neighborhood Income Promotion with Peatland Canals

    Developing Models for Neighborhood Income Promotion with Peatland Canals

  • Coping with Global Forestry Conferences, i.e, UN Forum on Forests
    Coping with Global Forestry Conferences, i.e, UN Forum on Forests

    Coping with Global Forestry Conferences, i.e, UN Forum on Forests

Inter-Korean Forest Cooperation Research

The Inter-Korean Forest Cooperation Team studies and develops the following subjects; i) cooperation strategies and plan for forest management between two Koreas; ii) leading to major agendas (smart forest tree nursery, forest fire?landslide?tree diseases and insects, and agroforestry) and proposing new agenda; iii) collecting and analyzing the scientific data on the basis of geographic and scientific data; iv) establishment and operation of an integrated archive for forest science information.

  • Monitoring of Stocking and Degraded Forest Lands in North Korea (2018)
    Monitoring of Stocking and Degraded Forest Lands in North Korea (2018)

    Monitoring of Stocking and Degraded Forest Lands in North Korea (2018)

  • Site Map of Agroforestry Implementations in North Korea
    Site Map of Agroforestry Implementations in North Korea

    Site Map of Agroforestry Implementations in North Korea

  • Comparison of Tree Disease and Insects Terminologies between North and South Korea
    Comparison of Tree Disease and Insects Terminologies between North and South Korea

    Comparison of Tree Disease and Insects Terminologies between North and South Korea

The Global Forestry Division drives three core research themes, namely ‘Global Forest Policy Evaluation’, ‘International Forest Cooperation’, and ‘Inter-Korean Forest Cooperation’. In detail, our division has planned the strategies and evaluations on the global forest policy under the theme of ‘Global Forest Policy Evaluation’, as well as the SDGs and ESG assessments, REDD+ studies and the models of Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) for developing countries.
Under the ‘International Forest Cooperation’ theme, our division has conducted research studies on seeking forest-related international cooperation agenda and copes with international forestry conventions and frameworks, as well as developed Qualitative and Quantitative evaluation index on bi-and multi-lateral Official Development Assistance (ODA) projects. In terms of the ‘Inter-Korean Forest Cooperation’ sector, the Division has collected and analyzed the geographic and scientific data of North Korean forests. Our division also has conducted researches on the trend of policies and the reforestation strategies on North Korean forests for supporting effective Inter-Korean forestry cooperation, including the policy sector.

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