May 25, 2016· When the Cheonggyecheon Stream replaced a trafficfilled stretch of elevated freeway with public space, water and vegetation it looked like a modern urbanist's dream. The reality is more ...
Feb 01, 2012· Tourism's role in urban regeneration: examining the impact of environmental cues on emotion, satisfaction, loyalty, and support for Seoul's revitalized Cheonggyecheon stream district. YongKi Lee et al. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. Volume 22, 2014 Issue 5. Published online: 31 Mar 2014.
Environmental impact assessment (EIA) and strategic environmental assessment (SEA), two instruments for environmental management that aim to prevent negative environmental impacts, are currently being examined for their usefulness in promoting sustainable development.
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Feb 01, 2010· Korea: Environmental Problems Solutions. Air quality in the Seoul capital region and the surrounding Gyeonggido province worsened during the period of rapid industrialization. Other forms of pollution – overuse of water resources, loss of animal habitat, and all manner of modern environmental damage – were commonplace as Korea emerged as a leading Asian Tiger economy.
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Nov 26, 2018· The first page of The Invisible Killer, a book about the threat of air pollution, states that "more than 90% of the world's population is exposed to air pollution concentrations that exceed World Health Organization guidelines". It is a shocking fact that highlights why this book is an important read.
A literature review suggested that prey alterations in per capita emigration rates in response to the presence of predators can potentially explain some surprising natural phenonomena, including the existence of "negative predator impacts," and the apparent tendency for invertebrate predators (primarily, stoneflies) to have stronger impacts, and the apparent tendency for vertebrate predators (primarily, fish).
Human Environment Interaction Trying To Make Seoul Greener. ... By 1970 the area along the Cheonggyecheon River had turned into slums and the water was very polluted. The river was later concreted over. As cars took over the city, the river bed was turned into a road, and then an elevated sixlane motorway was built above it. ...
the Case of Cheonggyecheon Stream in Seoul, South Korea Miyeon Lee* and Insu Jung** Received October 26, 2014/Revised February 4, 2015/Accepted February 9, 2015/Published Online May 8, 2015 ... to minimize negative impacts on traffic and try to restore the streams to as natural a state as possible. ... these benefits from the secondary impact ...
Journal of Environmental Impact Assessment, volume 19, issue 1, 2010, Pages 99~106 Abstract The project of Cheonggyecheon revived the kilometer stream and it removed the cover of stream and Cheonggye elevated road.