Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Miranda Schreurs
Governments play a key role in facilitating climate change adaptation governance as they have administrative power. In the course of policy process, historical and socio-cultural legacies in the governmental system affect the decision making process. In addition, the complexity and uncertainty of climate change issues can influence on discursive power. This study aims to compare the discourse and institutional features of the climate change adaptation policies of Germany and South Korea with particular focus on water management.
Max Martin, Yi hyun Kang, Motasim Billah, Tasneem Siddiqui, Richard Black and Dominic Kniveton. Climate-influenced migration in Bangladesh: the need for a policy realignment. 2017. Development Policy Review. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/dpr.12260
Hyunwoo Lee, Yi hyun Kang and Sanghun Lee. Detailed Plan for the Twelfth Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity and follow-up plans. 2014. Sejong: Ministry of Environment, South Korea.
Sujeong Myeong, Hyunwoo Lee, Choongi Kim, Yi hyun Kang and Sanghun Lee. Issues Discussed at the Convention on Biological Diversity and South Korea's Countermeasures. 2014. Sejong: Korea Environment Institute.
Yongha Park, Yi hyun Kang, Hun Jang and Ilchan Oh. The Development of a National Strategy for the Twelfth Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity. 2014. Seoul: Ministry of Environment, South Korea.
Yang-gu Kang and Yi hyun Kang. Table Revolution. 2009. Seoul: Salimteo.
Hayoung Kim, Yi hyun Kang, Jungmin Yeo, Kihye Jeon-Hong and Hyunseok Seong. Guerillas against the Samsung Empire. 2008. Seoul: Pressian Book.