1 Korean Protected Areas in WDPA Sung-gon Kim Programme Specialist Korea National Park Service & Korea Protected Areas Forum Nov. 15 th 2013
2 Table of Contents Ⅰ. The definitions of Protected Areas Ⅱ. General info on Korean Protected Areas Ⅲ. EPI Ⅳ. CBD PoWPA Ⅴ. WDPA Ⅵ. Introduction of KPAF Gyeongju N.P.
3 Ⅰ. The definitions of Protected Areas Jirisan N.P.
4 The definitions of Protected Areas According to IUCN(International Union for Conservation of Nature), A protected area is 'A clearly defined geographical space, recognized, dedicated and managed, through legal or other effective means, to achieve the long-term conservation of nature with associated ecosystem services and cultural values
5 The definitions of Protected Areas According to CBD(Convention on Biological Diversity), A protected area is 'A geographically defined area which is designated or regulated and managed to achieve specific conservation objectives
6 Ⅱ. General Info on Korean Protected Areas Dadohae Haesang N.P.
7 Designation Status of Korean Protected Areas Total 1,491 PAs, 24,609.4 km2 Terrestrial and Inland water (100,148km 2 ) : 18,588.8km2 (18.5%) Coastal and Marine (443,838km 2 ) : 6,020.6km2 (1.4%) PAs by Korean Laws - 10 Laws - 1,467 Sites - 20,208.2km2 PAs by International Conventions - 4 Types - 24 Sites - 4,401.2km2
8 Designation Map of Korean Protected Areas
9 An Organizational Chart of managing Korean Protected Areas Autho rity Ministry of Environment Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries Cultural Heritage Administratio n Korea Forest Service Sub- Autho rity Local Management Offices Korea National Park Service Regional Maritime Affairs & Port Administrations Korea Coast Guard Korea Marine Environment Management Corporation Management Offices of Cultural Heritage National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage Regional Offices of KFS Regional Offices of National Forests Korea Forest Research Institute Local Government s Jirisan N.P.
10 Designation Status of Korean Protected Areas by Ministries Authority # of Sites Area (km 2 ) Land (km 2 ) Ocean (km 2 ) Ministry of Environment 700 9, , ,265.5 Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries 10 2, ,090.5 Cultural Heritage Administration 294 1, Korea Forest Service 463 6, , total 1,467 20, , ,351
11 Designation Status of Korean Protected Areas by International Conventions International Conventions # of Sites Area Land Ocean UNESCO MAB BR World Natural Heritage Ramsar Convention Global Geoparks Network total
13 EPI (Environmental Performance Index) The EPI is a method of quantifying and numerically benchmarking the environmental performance of a state's policies. It developed by Yale University (Yale Center for Environmental Law and Policy) and Columbia University (Center for International Earth Science Information Network) in collaboration with the World Economic Forum and the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission.
14 Contents of EPI (Environmental Performance Index)
15 EPI (Environmental Performance Index) EPI Status of South Korea item Environmental Performance Index biodiversity and habitat The ratio of PA to EPI was increased. 4.2% in % in 2012
16 EPI (Environmental Performance Index)
17 Ⅳ. CBD PoWPA (Convention on Biological Diversity Programme of Work on Protected Areas) Seoraksan N.P.
18 CBD PoWPA CBD COP 10 at Nagoya, Japan, on October, 2010, had seventeen cross-cutting programmes. One of them was the Programme of Work on Protected Areas (PoWPA). Conclusively, the CBD PoWPA has set a conservation target of 17% of terrestrial and inland water areas and 10% of marine and coastal areas by Protected areas are considered as important instruments to reach the Aichi Nagoya biodiversity target by The CBD PoWPA provides a globally-accepted framework for creating comprehensive, effectively managed and sustainably funded national and regional protected area systems around the globe.
19 CBD PoWPA CBD COP 10 Decision X/2 Adopted the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity with its Aichi Targets. The plan has 20 targets under 5 strategic goals. Strategic Goal C: Improve the status of biodiversity by safeguarding ecosystems, species and genetic diversity Target 11: By 2020, at least 17 per cent of terrestrial and inland water, and 10 per cent of coastal and marine areas, especially areas of particular importance for biodiversity and ecosystem services, are conserved through effectively and equitably managed, ecologically representative and well connected systems of protected areas and other effective area-based conservation measures, and integrated into the wider landscape and seascapes.
20 The Framework of CBD PoWPA 4 programme elements & 16 goals Programme Element 1: Direct actions for protected area systems and sites 5 goals - assessing ecological gaps and representativeness - assessing integration and connectivity - assessing transboundary opportunities - developing management plans - assessing protected area threats Programme Element 2: Governance, participation, equity and benefit sharing 2 goals - equity, benefits and governance - indigenous and local communities Programme Element 3: Enabling activities 5 goals - policy, institutional and socio-economic environment - protected area capacity - protected area technology - sustainable finance - protected area education Programme Element 4: Standards, assessment and monitoring 4 goals - management effectiveness - best practices - monitoring - research
21 CBD PoWPA In CBD COP 10 Decision X/31, the Conference of the Parties invites Parties to 1) Develop a long-term action plan or reorient, as appropriate, relevant existing plans, taking into account national circumstances and priorities, involving all relevant stakeholders including indigenous and local communities, for the implementation of the programme of work on protected areas, including appropriate implementation mechanisms, and, where appropriate, detailing list of activities, timelines, budget and responsibilities, based upon the results of key assessments of the programme of work on protected areas, with a view to contributing to the implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity ) Encourages Parties to share and update relevant information on their protected areas system with the World Database on Protected Areas, which includes the United Nations List of Protected Areas.
22 Ⅴ. WDPA (World Database on Protected Areas) Deogyusan N.P.
23 WDPA (World Database on Protected Areas) As a joint project of IUCN and UNEP, WDPA is the largest assembly of data on the world's terrestrial and marine protected areas. There are over 200,000 sites classified by IUCN PA categories in WDPA In South Korea, approximately 300 out of roughly 1,500 sites have been registered (including 20 national parks) in WDPA Korea Protected Areas Forum is actively working on collecting, registering, and correcting PA data with governmental and non-governmental organizations
24 Status of Korean Protected Areas in WDPA # of site(s) registered PA name Total National park 1 Baekdudaegan Mountains Reserve 23 Ecosystems and Landscape Conservation Area 14 Forest Genetic Resources Reserve National PA 2 Marine Protected Areas 33 Natural monument 10 Nature Reserves 15 Scenic Sites 152 Special Islands 12 Wetland Protected Areas 8 Wetland Protected Areas-Tidal Flat 17 Wetlands of International Importance, RAMSAR International PA 4 UNESCO MAB Biosphere Reserve 1 Natural Heritage
25 WDPA Attribute Fields
26 A screenshot of WDPA(World Database on Protected Areas)
27 Korean Protected Areas in WDPA
28 Ⅵ. Introduction of KPAF (Korea Protected Areas Forum) Juwangsan N.P.
29 Ⅵ. Introduction of KPAF (Korea Protected Areas Forum) KPAF is a non-profit national-level body consisting of government ministries (Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, Cultural Heritage Administration, and Korea Forest Service), their sub-organizations, and experts in protected areas. The objectives of the body are to make partnerships with various parties, both governmental and nongovernmental, and help our government make and promote policies about protected areas in South Korea.
30 Ⅵ. Introduction of KPAF (Korea Protected Areas Forum) It s been doing a variety of projects such as, managing WDPA data, making action plans for implementation of the CBD PoWPA, offering the protected areas academy for youths, publishing translation books on protected areas, and so on. The KPAF office is currently located at the headquarter of Korea National Park Service in Seoul, South Korea.
31 The WDPA efforts by Korea Protected Areas Forum In The 1 st set of data(including national parks, marine protected area, and so on) was submitted In The 2 nd set of data(including national parks and so on) was sent to WDPA In A set of edited data was turned in based on the updated WDPA Data Standards
32 The WDPA efforts by Korea Protected Areas Forum In About 300 PAs were registered in WDPA (National PAs : 278 sites, International PAs : 20 sites) In PAs already registered in WDPA were edited and corrected - A tri-national WDPA Workshop(Korea, China, and Japan) was held at ICC in Jeju on Sep. 2012
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