viernes, 19 de febrero de 2016

Knowledge Exchange in Urban, Energy and Environment 2016


Conference Invitation: Korea-Costa Rica,
Knowledge Exchange in Urban, Energy and Environment 2016


Tuesday, February 16th  2016
09:30-16:00

Real InterContinental Hotel
Cedro 2 and Cedro 3

San Jose, Republic of Costa Rica

Dear Sir/Madam,
On behalf of Korea research institute for human settlements (KRIHS), you are cordially invited to attend, Korea-Costa Rica Knowledge Exchange in Urban, Energy and Environment 2016, a one-day event to exchange experiments and knowledge and to seek for collaborative opportunities between South Korea and Costa Rica in urban, energy and environment sectors.

The event will be held at Real Continental Hotel (Cedro 2 and Cedro 3 room), San Jose, Costa Rica on February 16, 2016 from 09:30 to 16:00. KRIHS, Korea rural economic institute (KREI), Korea energy economics institute (KEEI) and National research council for economics, humanities and social sciences (NRCS) are organizing the event with support of Korean embassy in Costa Rica, Ministry of housing and Human Settlements (MIVAH), Ministry of energy and environment (MINAE), The tropical agricultural research and higher education center (CATIE) and Programa estado de la nación (PEN, The state of the nation) and more.

The aim of the event is to provide presentations and a forum on recent policy experiments, research and implementation cases in urban, energy and environment. Your involvement and contribution will be assets and pathways to a sustainable future in your organization, cities and communities.
Korea-Costa Rica Knowledge Exchange in Urban, Energy and Environment 2016 will bring together public, private, and academic leaders, government officials and even business persons to examine innovative ways Costa Rica and South Korea can nudge their way to closer collaboration and better understanding. On behalf of all organizers, sponsors and supporting institutions, KRIHS, we hope you can join us.

Please RSVP no later than February 10, 2016 by emailing Dr. Byungkwon SUH at sbk6719@gmail.com and
Gabriela Rodriguez of Korean Embassy in Costa Rica at agrr92@gmail.com

Sincerely, 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Dr. Dongju KIM                                                                                Mr. Young Wook CHUN
President                                                                                          Ambassador
Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements                    Costa Rica Korean Embassy


  • Objective
To share knowledge, challenges, experiences and seek for collaboration in urban, energy and environment in inclusive manner in the era of Sustainable Development Goals between Costa Rica and South Korea
  • Date & Time: February 16    09:30 -16:00 
  • Venue: Real InterContinental Hotel, Cedro 2 and Cedro 3 room, San Jose, Costa Rica
  • Organized by Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements (KRIHS)
Korea Rural Economic Institute (KREI)
Korea Energy Economics Institute (KEEI)
Sponsored by National Research Council for Economics, Humanities and Social Sciences (NRCS)
Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE)
  • Target Audience : Government officials, scholars and businesspersons
Time
Program
09:00 - 09:30
(30’)
Registration
09:30 - 10:00
(30’)
Opening Ceremony      
Moderated by Dr. Byungkwon Suh, Associate Research Fellow, KRIHS
Opening address    
by Dr. Dongju KIM, President of KRIHS
Welcome address  
by Mr. Young Wook CHUN, Ambassador of Costa Rica Korean Embassy
by (TBD) Ministry of Energy and Environment or Ministry of Housing and Human Settlements (MIVAH)
10:00 - 11:10
(70’)
Session 1(Energy)  Sustainable national energy policy system establishment       Moderated by Dr. Yeonjei JUNG, Associate Research Fellow, KEEI
1. Policies  for Korea’s Renewable Energy Deployment and Cooperation with Costa Rica (20’)
         by Dr. Jiwoon AHN, Research Fellow, KEEI
2. Sustainable energy policy in Costa Rica (20’)
         by (TBD) Ministry of Energy and Environment
3. Discussion (30’)
Case of Costa Rica (10’)             by (TBD) Esteban González, Advisor of vice-minister of energy and environment
Case of South Korea (10’)           by Dr. Yeonjei JUNG, Associate Research Fellow, KEEI
Q & A from Floor (10’)
11:20 - 12:30
(70’)
Session 2(Environment) : The role of agroforestry for sustainable forest land use
Moderated by Dr. Hyun-Deok SEOK, Senior Director, KREI
1. Agroforestry policies contribute to sustainable land use in South Korea (20’)                 
by Dr. Ja-Choon KOO, Research Fellow, KREI
2. Agroforestry in Costa Rica-linking sustainable forestry and agriculture (20’)                     
by Dr. Adriana Chacon-Cascante, Economist, CATIE
3. Discussion (30’)
Case of Costa Rica (10’)                     by Dr. Hyun-Deok SEOK, Senior Director, KREI
Case of South Korea (10’)                  by Dr. Miley Gonzalez, Vice President, CATIE
Q & A from Floor (10’)
12:30 - 14:00
(90’)
Lunch
14:00 - 15:30
(90’)
Session 3(Urban) : Harmonization of Environment and Development     
                                                                       Moderated by Dr. Dongju KIM, President, KRIHS
1. Urbanization Policy in Costa Rica (20’)
         by (TBD) Dr. Rosendo Pujol Mesalles, Minister, Ministry of Housing and Human Settlements
2. Territorial development and environmental protection (20’)
         by Dr. Seonghee MIN, Associate Research Fellow, KRIHS
3. Metropolization of the central valley in Costa Rica (20’)
        by MSc. Leonardo Merino Trejos, General Coordinator, Programa Estado De La Nación (The State of the Nation)
4. Discussion (30’)
    Case of Costa Rica (10’)                   by Dr. Chung, ILHO, Director/Senior Research Fellow, KRIHS
Case of South Korea (10’)               by MSc. Dionisio Alfaro Rodriguez, Geographer and Former Director of the School of Geographical Sciences, UNA
Q & A from Floor (10’)
15:30 - 16:00
(30’)
Wrap–up and Closing remarks
             Moderated by Dr. Rosendo Pujol Mesalles, Minister of Housing and Human Settlements and
Dr. Donju KIM, President, KRIHS

by (TBD) Dr. Rosendo Pujol Mesalles, Minister of Housing and Human Settlements
(TBD) MSc. Tomás Martinez Baldares, Professor and urban architect, TEC (Tecnológico de Costa Rica)
Dr. Donju KIM, President, KRIHS
Dr. Eunbong KANG, Vice-chairman, NRCS
Dr. Hyun-Deok SEOK, Senior Director, KREI
Dr. Yeonjei JUNG, Associate Research Fellow, KEEI

Korean participating institutions
NRCS (National Research Council for Economics, Humanities and Social Sciences) supervises and supports 23 government-funded research institutes in economic and social science fields, established in 1999 under ‘Act on the establishment, operation and fostering of government-invested research institutions’. NRCS serves all 23 institutes systematically for needs of supporting national research industry policy and development of knowledge industry.

KRIHS (Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements) established in 1978, specializes in the fields of national territorial planning, urban development, and housing and land policies, infra-structure planning and geo-spatial information. KRIHS actively serves with a central government and municipalities, public corporations, local institutes, Int’l development banks such as IDB and overseas governments as well.

KREI (Korea Rural Economic Institute) is a government-funded research organization founded in 1978. KREI has its expertise in agricultural economics, marketing of agricultural products, rural development, agricultural outlook and international agricultural trade negotiations. KREI are cooperating with CATIE in Costa Rica based on a MOU signed in 2015.

KEEI (Korea Energy Economics Institute) founded in 1986, KEEI sets to develop policies on national energy and natural resources, and contributes to the national economy by collecting, investigating, analyzing, and disseminating information and by educating policymakers on a variety of trends and information regarding energy and natural resources.

Costa Rica participating government and institutions
Ministry of Housing and Human Settlements
Ministry of Energy and Environment
CATIE

Programa Estado De La Nación, ProDUS and more

jueves, 30 de abril de 2015

DOCUMENTOS PRUGAM: PRODUCTOS

FUENTE: www.mivah.go.cr
 
TOMO I : Diagnóstico Comprende el estado situacional de esta subregión central. Su redacción se ha fundamentado en distintas bases de datos, entre ellas, los 20 estudios contratados por el PRUGAM en distintas y variadas disciplinas, lo cual constituye el soporte científico de este documento.Tomo1:Diagnostico.pdf
 
  • TOMO II : Propuesta Es el documento que refleja la parte propositiva del Plan. Al igual que, el Diagnóstico, la Propuesta se estructura en los siete sistemas (Urbano Ambiental, Vialidad y Transporte, Infraestructura y Redes, Urbanismo y Vivienda, Social, Desarrollo Económico y Legal e Institucional) que metodológicamente utiliza el Proyecto. Estas propuestas muestran la manera en que se pueden alcanzar los objetivos planteados, definiendo proyectos, rutas e inversiones posibles.
  • PRUGAM/Documentos/Propuesta.pdf
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  • TOMO III : Reglamento Es el conjunto de normas (herramienta de aplicación normativa) que orientan a las instituciones del gobierno central y a las municipalidades (cuando así corresponde al marco jurídico), para construir en el tiempo y en el espacio el conjunto urbano que se propone, de acuerdo con la visión y modelos de desarrollo resultante de este proceso de planificación y participación ciudadana e intersectorial.
  •  PRUGAM TOMO 3Reglamentos.pdf
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  • TOMO IV : Atlas Cartográfico Es el conjunto de mapas que ilustran los contenidos técnicos del proceso de planificación y ordenamiento territorial. Esta herramienta constituye un instrumento de información geográfica con las herramientas y contenidos más actuales, y apoya el Diagnóstico y la Propuesta dando como resultado un conjunto de mapas organizados por sistemas que a la vez constituyen uno de los ejes transversales del Proyecto PRUGAM.
  • PRUGAM TOMO IV Atlas CARTOGRÁFICO.pdf 
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  • TOMO V : Participación Ciudadana Recopila y presenta la mayoría de los procesos de consulta, trabajo y participación en las diferentes fases de este proceso, el cual es otro de los ejes transversales del Proyecto PRUGAM.
  • PRUGAM TOMO V Participación Ciudadana.pdf 

  • TOMO VI : Resumen Ejecutivo Presenta una síntesis de los aspectos más relevantes de la Propuesta manteniendo la estructura de orden del documento técnico completo. Resalta además, los aspectos que representa la normativa vinculante u orientativa fundamental, para mantener los ejes de desarrollo del modelo urbano territorial propuesto. Contiene cuadros y diagramas de resumen que facilitan la comprensión de la misma.
  • PRUGAM TOMO VI Resumen Ejecutivo.pdf


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