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Korea’s policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in daily life

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Frame of Image  Green Life 3.1 Providing Incentives: The Carbon Points System 3.2 Awarding Prizes to Outstanding Green Life Practices 4. Constructing a Support System for Green Life Practice 4.1 Training Core Leaders for Green Life 4.2 Constructing a Cyber Center for Green Life 4.3 Legislating Green Life Laws, and Setting up Organizations and Assessment Systems III. Expected Results and Conclusion 1. Expected Results 1.1 Saving Resources and Money 1.2 Healthy Life in a More Pleasant and Safer Environment 1.3 People s Raised Awareness 2. Conclusion 02. 03.
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One of the representative environmental problems these days is climate change. The reduction of the g r e e n h o u s e gases from the industrial sector is important, however, the non-industrial sectors, such as h o m e s , businesses, and transportation are also important. Understanding this necessity, the Korean government has been staging a movement to reduce greenhouse gases, through the Green Start campaign. The Green Start is driving the implementation of g r e e n h o u s e gas reduction by the cooperative governance between the government, commerce, and civilian organizations. In 2009, the Korean government reaffirmed their strong will to expand the green life practice, by setting a five-year plan for green growth, in which they emphasized the Green Revolution of Life . Green life movement in Korea is implemented through t h e Green Start Movement, promoting green consumption, the Green Transportation Movement, reducing fo


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Title Korea’s policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in daily life
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Myeong, Soojeong

Publisher

[Seoul]:Korea Environment Institute; Ministry of Environment

Date 2010
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Korea Environmental Policy Bulletin:vol. VIII(no. 3)
Pages 12
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Holding KEI; Ministry of Environment