Tae Yong JUNG

Former Staff (from Apr 1999 - Nov 2005 )
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Policy Report

In 2005, IGES launched the consultation "The Asia-Pacific Consultations on Climate Regime Beyond 2012" to promote new and constructive thinking in the Asia-Pacific region on future actions against climate change beyond 2012, and to contribute to the shaping of a future climate regime that adequately reflects the concerns and developmental...

Discussion Paper
Oh, Seung-Hwan

Although the Kyoto Protocol enters into force, the Republic of Korea (ROK) doesn't have any quantitative green house gas (GHG) reduction target as its commitment because of its status as a Non-Annex I party. However, the negotiation to formulate the new commitment for next round will start in COP-11 at the end of 2005. Apparently, the main agenda...

Discussion Paper
Lee, Dong Kun
Kim, Eun Young

Since the population, vehicles, energy consumptions, economic activities are rising in the metropolitan area of Seoul, it is difficult for existing environmental policies and measures to mitigate air pollutions. To respond such challenges, the Ministry of Environment (MoE) of Republic of Korea (ROK) enacted the Special Act on Metropolitan Air...

Research Report

A Comparative Study on the Environmental Impact of Korea-Japan Free Trade: IGES/NIES/KEI Joint Research Project Report

Kang, Sang In
Kim, Jae Joon
Discussion Paper
IGES-CP Working Paper 2004

Corporate motives and strategies of both investing and hosting country affect the outcomes of a CDM project-who introduces what technology to whom-and result in large differences in economic viability and the CO2 emission reductions. This is particularly true for steel industry in which steel making consists of many detailed and complex processes...

Policy Report


This Book has been compiled in order to provide a comprehensive yet succinct picture of all the major inputs and outputs of the IGES Environmental Governance (EG) Project (April 1998 - March 2001) as far as they are...

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