Adaptation Network더보기IFrom 1912 to 2008, the average temperatures of the six major cities in Korea have increased by 1.7a??, which is more than double the global average.
In the past century there was a 19% increase in precipitation and a 14% decrease in the " number of days with precipitation" in the six major cities, as well as 18% increase in precipitation intensity. These changes clearly indicate a change in Korea's precipitation patterns caused by global climate change.
disaster, atmospheric pollution, animal epidemic, water/food borne diseases, etc.
Impact of climate change on health takes place through various paths. In Korea, the impact of climate change on health takes place in varied fields such as extreme heat, metrological disaster, atmospheric pollution, animal epidemic, water/food borne diseases, etc.
Korea Adaptation Strategy더보기'National Climate Change Adaptation Master Plan(2011~2015)', which coordinates the efforts of 13 Ministries and 70 experts form various fields was established with the Ministry of Environment as the ministry in-charge. Participants of the plan, in cooperation, established seve sector-specific adaptation ploicies(i.e. health and disaster) and three adaptation measures.
- Establishment of Korea Climate Change Adaptation Plan
- Impacts of Climate Change
- Support for Climate Change Adaptation Policy
- (Domestic & International) Climate Change Adaptation Cooperation
- Integrated Information
- Relations and Education
- Sectoral Adaptation Strategy