Republic of Korea

Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea

By Connor Walsh / 15th April 2024

About Name of organisation Hanns Seidel Foundation Korea (HSF Korea) Funding support   Number of staff 6 Number of visitors per year   Overall aims of the centre Supporting the conservation of wetlands on the Korean Peninsula including Mundok Migratory Bird Reserve, DPRK Description of the centre   Top Work Areas Main CEPA work area…

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Ramsar Gochang Tidal Flat Center

By Connor Walsh / 19th January 2024

About Name of organisation Ramsar Gochang Tidal Flat Center Funding support Gochang County Number of staff Eight Number of visitors per year 2016 : 4,880/ 2017: 10,659/ 2018 : 12,968 Overall aims of the centre · Implementation of overall wetland conservation activities · Research and monitoring in Gochang Tidal Flat · Functioning as body of…

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Upo Ecology Education Institute

By Connor Walsh / 3rd March 2022

A Star Wetland Centre! Recognised in 2022 as a Star Wetland Visitor Centre. Find out more. About Name of organisation Upo Ecology Education Institute Funding support Full support from Gyeongnam Province Education Office Number of staff 10 Number of visitors per year 9,000 Overall aims of the centre Providing Wetland CEPA program targeting all 3rd…

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East Asian- Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP)

By Connor Walsh / 1st October 2021

About Name of organisation East Asian- Australasian Flyway Partnership (EAAFP) Funding support Partners of EAAFP, Incheon Metropolitan City Government Number of staff 7 at Secretariat in RoK, 4 at Science Unit in Beijing NIL Number of visitors per year N/A Overall aims of the centre EAAFP is a network of partners within the East Asian-Australasian…

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Suncheon Bay Eco-Museum

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 3rd March 2018

  About This centre is managed by Suncheon City and is funded from the city and visitor-fee (entrance and guide fee). This centre has recorded 150,000 visitors in 2007 and has increased its visitors to 270,000 in 2008. On January 2002, the city started to invest for a centre and the design and construction began…

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Sorae Ecology Park

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 2nd March 2018

  About Incheon University RIS, Incheon Metropolitan City Funding support: Incheon University RIS, Incheon Metropolitan City, the Korean Ministry of Industry, Trade and Energy Number of staff: 10 Number of visitors per year: 190,000 Overall aims of the centre Improving habitat areas for wildlife and for marine organisms to thrive, as well as the visitors…

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Nakdong Estuary Eco Centre (NEEC)

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 2nd March 2018

About The Nakdon Estuary Eco Centre (NEEC) is run by the Busan Metropolitan City. Its mission is to foster public awareness of estuary and wetland; to educate people throughout school programs, activities, guided tours, champions etc.; to manage restored wetlands of Eulsukdo (island) and Nakdong estuary; and to serve domestic and oversea tourists as ecotourism…

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Junam Ecological Centre

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 1st March 2018

About Changwon-city (si), Gyeongsangnam-province (do), Republic of Korea To promote the image of Changwon-city (si), as a model of eco-city by building a network with neighbour tourist attractions Goals of the organisation: To understand the importance of ecological environment To meet the needs of urban life by providing an environmentally friendly space To appreciate the…

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Ilsan Lake Ecological Centre

By digital@wwt.org.uk / 1st March 2018

  About Eco Korea Funding support: Goyang City Number of staff: 13 (Executive Director : 1 , Eco Guide : 12) Number of visitors per year: 800 people visit per year Overall aims of the centre We aim to encourage ecological education at the wetland and to maintain and manage the site’s wellbeing by monitoring…

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