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A Study on the Improvement of the Policy for Public Waters Reclamation
Report No. 2018-02 Research Manager Sung Soon, Yoon
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▸ The limitations are pointed out as follows: the public waters reclamation policy has followed the ‘Public Waters Management and Reclamation Act’ so far for the management of the reclamation procedure; the integrated management has not been fully implemented due to a lot of legislative agendas; and public waters have not been recognized as a public goods and there has been the uncertainty of national strategies.  
▸ Accordingly, there should be measures to conserve the value of public waters as a public goods, the life-cycle management of reclaimed lands and improvement plans for the re-examination of the basic plan system and the response to the changing demand of reclamation.
▸ This study came up with the implications by examining the overseas and domestic cases of public waters reclamation policies.
- Japan, which has the most similar legal framework to ours, restricts the main agent of reclamation on parceled out lands to the country or public organizations.  
- China thoroughly regulates commercial reclamation and takes firm actions on illegal reclamation.
- In the US, the main agent of the reclamation project should prove the inevitability of reclamation and much emphasis is put on collecting feedbacks in the licensing process. 
- Germany bans reclamation completely and rather promotes the restoration of reclaimed lands.
▸ Through such analysis, this study made suggestions for the improvement of the public waters reclamation policy as follow.
- Change the basic awareness on the value of public waters and make shifts toward the reclamation plan focusing on suppliers rather than users and toward the position enhancing the comprehensive/integrated management.   
- Separate the ownership right of and the right to use reclaimed lands in public waters so as to conserve their value as a public goods, change an awareness on the value of public waters, declare the public waters reclamation to be zeroed, evaluate the positive way of the reclamation projects and develop a variety of economic incentives.  
- Manage the history and actual use of reclaimed lands for enhancing the follow-up management of reclaimed lands and prepare for and implement the reclaimed land restoration policy. 
- Improve the basic reclamation plan for improving the current management system, enhance the practical feedback-gathering in the licensing process of reclamation and take a strong and thorough response to illegal reclaimed lands. 

Research Project Report 상세보기
A Study on the Improvement of the Policy for Public Waters Reclamation
Report No. 2018-02 Research Manager Sung Soon, Yoon
File

▸ The limitations are pointed out as follows: the public waters reclamation policy has followed the ‘Public Waters Management and Reclamation Act’ so far for the management of the reclamation procedure; the integrated management has not been fully implemented due to a lot of legislative agendas; and public waters have not been recognized as a public goods and there has been the uncertainty of national strategies.  
▸ Accordingly, there should be measures to conserve the value of public waters as a public goods, the life-cycle management of reclaimed lands and improvement plans for the re-examination of the basic plan system and the response to the changing demand of reclamation.
▸ This study came up with the implications by examining the overseas and domestic cases of public waters reclamation policies.
- Japan, which has the most similar legal framework to ours, restricts the main agent of reclamation on parceled out lands to the country or public organizations.  
- China thoroughly regulates commercial reclamation and takes firm actions on illegal reclamation.
- In the US, the main agent of the reclamation project should prove the inevitability of reclamation and much emphasis is put on collecting feedbacks in the licensing process. 
- Germany bans reclamation completely and rather promotes the restoration of reclaimed lands.
▸ Through such analysis, this study made suggestions for the improvement of the public waters reclamation policy as follow.
- Change the basic awareness on the value of public waters and make shifts toward the reclamation plan focusing on suppliers rather than users and toward the position enhancing the comprehensive/integrated management.   
- Separate the ownership right of and the right to use reclaimed lands in public waters so as to conserve their value as a public goods, change an awareness on the value of public waters, declare the public waters reclamation to be zeroed, evaluate the positive way of the reclamation projects and develop a variety of economic incentives.  
- Manage the history and actual use of reclaimed lands for enhancing the follow-up management of reclaimed lands and prepare for and implement the reclaimed land restoration policy. 
- Improve the basic reclamation plan for improving the current management system, enhance the practical feedback-gathering in the licensing process of reclamation and take a strong and thorough response to illegal reclaimed lands. 

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