Comprehensive study on revitalization of area around dam
benchmarking cases for pilot project
In the 20th century, the construction of large dams has had a negative social and economic impact on the residents. The area around the dam has been submerged, causing most residents to migrate. As a result, the local economic structure weakened and the area around the dam has been restricted to various regulations. Therefore, it is necessary to improve regulations and activate the waterfront around the dam to make it a more friendly facility for the residents.
The introductory chapter explains the background of why the area around the dam must be given attention. Each of the subjects of study is handled independently or synthetically in each chapter using a similar kind of Preliminary Feasibility Study. Chapter 2 explores the background study on the status and conflicts about environmental regulation and the utilization of the area around the dam. Chapter 3 examines the brief economic analysis of its revitalization. Chapter 4 studies policy and regional development analysis with cases on improving environmental regulation. Chapter 5 suggests an establishment of governance for revitalization. The suggested measure to revitalize Daecheong dam (lake) is elaborated in Chapter 6, along with the review of basic concepts and suggestions on proper revitalization. Finally, Chapter 7 focuses on the discussion of the research findings and suggest initiatives on the revitalization, as follows. First, revitalize by improving regulations corresponding to the changes in people''s demand for the waterfront and technical progress of water treatment. Second, enhance the value of the area around the dam as a local attraction. Third, activate the project by establishing good deliberative governance.
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