Study on the developing evaluation model for the urban water cycle restoration policy
based on new urban development projects
This paper aims to propose a comprehensive evaluation model for achieving a healthy urban water cycle restoration. To cope with climate change and environmental pollution, the technical demand for urban water cycle restoration facilities continues to increase. However, this study is meaningful in that the evaluation method was proposed by focusing on ways to improve the empathy and acceptance of stakeholders rather than the technical aspects of the policy.
It reports important factors to be considered by urban policy-makers through a survey of key actors in urban policy, VOC analysis, and qualitative interviews. Also, the expert AHP analysis indicates that a desirable urban water cycle evaluation model should reflect not only its technical benefits but also its vision & goals and feedback process for the ''sustainable growth'' of the community.
Eventually, to ensure the success of the urban water cycle restoration policy, it is necessary to develop a new evaluation model that includes technical hardware as well as collaboration software that can reasonably reflect the needs of diverse stakeholders. To do so, we need to evaluate an inclusive governance framework that converges the opinion of various actors in urban development rather than the top-down government system.
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