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The application and development of the Evaluation Indicators in accordance with the Planning Stages of Low-Carbon City -in relevance with the stage of urban planning establishment, design and operation of urban structure, management and maintenance-

저탄소 도시계획의 단계별 평가지표 설정 및 적용 연구 -도시계획 수립, 설계 및 운영, 유지·관리 단계를 중심으로-

  • Oh, Deog-Seong (Department of Architecture, Chungnam University) ;
  • Sung, Jae-Wook (Department of Architecture Engineering, Chungnam University) ;
  • Lee, Seo-Jeong (Department of Architecture Engineering, Chungnam University)
  • Received : 2013.08.01
  • Accepted : 2013.09.06
  • Published : 2013.09.30

Abstract

Current global issue of climate change is growing and greenhouse gases occur in most cities. To solve the problem of climate change, the city should be changed to low-carbon structure. Low-carbon city planning is a step-by-step plan from the initial establishment, from design and operation of urban structure, to maintenance and management should be considered as an integrated whole process. Under this background, this study evaluated the whole process of low-carbon urban planning ways. For this step, divided into three steps and eight divisions, 30 sub-indicators are derived. Through domestic and foreign cases analysis studies and survey of the relevant experts, results were derived. In order to improve these points, in the intial planning establishment stage, planning of urban policy and institutional steps should be made and the plan should be appropriate to the local characteristics. In the design and operation of urban structure stage, detailed and feasible approach is needed and maintenance and management stage, participation of various stakeholders, including establishing governance and management practices could see the need.

Keywords

Low-Carbon City;Urban planning;Index of evaluation

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 한국연구재단

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