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2016

South Korea's Plan to Have World's First Carbon-Free Island, Jun 7 [1]

2015

In South Korea, An Innovative Push to Cut Back on Food Waste, May 20 [2]

Here's what happened when a neighborhood decided to ban cars for a month, May 11 [3]

2013

“The Sharing City, Seoul” Project, Sharing City – a new city paradigm, January 24

On 20 September 2012, the Seoul Metropolitan Government disclosed its plan for promoting the “Sharing City, Seoul” project, which includes 20 sharing programs and policies for generating or diffusing “sharing city” infrastructure after declaring the “Seoul as a Sharing City” vision. The Metropolitan Government regards “sharing city” as a new alternative for social reform that can resolve many economic, social, and environmental issues of the city simultaneously by creating new business opportunities, recovering trust-based relationships, and minimizing wastage of resources. In particular, the city plans to deploy secondary sharing infrastructure from now on to enhance the usefulness of idle resources such as space, objects, and talents since its urban policies have concentrated on constructing primary sharing infrastructure to date, such as roads, parking lots, schools, and libraries. Parallel to the above, the Metropolitan Government plans to implement policies of opening public resources to the citizens by having the public sector take the initiative while focusing on the implementation of policies that respect and promote private sector capabilities. [4]

2012

An Integrated Landscape: Yongsan National Park, May 9 [5]

2011

New UN facility on sustainable development opens in Republic of Korea, [6] October 19

2009

Japan and South Korea launch Green New Deals, [7] January 9. South Korea's 36 projects include the creation of green transport networks, the provision of two million energy-saving 'green homes' and the clean-up of the country's four main rivers.


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