Cooperative Institutions

Korea Environmental Education Center (KEEC)

The Korea Institute of Environmental Education was established in January 2000 to develop educational programs for citizens at various levels and participate in leadership training programs focused on the importance and necessity of environmental education.

 Major Activities

  • Research on the systemization of environmental education
  • Develop and distribute educational materials and tools
  • Develop and provide environmental programs for people of all ages and educators
  • Advise on effective environmental education and development
  • Form a network for environmental education
  • Evaluate environmental education-related policies and recommend education policies
Address #304, 12-21, Seoae-ro 5-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea [04623]
Tel 82-2-735-8677   Fax 82-504-985-8677
E-mail [email protected]   Website

Institute for Climate Change Action

The Institute for Climate Change Action was established in 2009 as a non-profit private organization to propose policies and solutions to overcome the current climate change phenomenon. It shares daily information and news about climate change with the public through newsletters, books, public debates, lectures and seminars.

Address 3F, 25-3, Sajik-ro 12-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea [03169]
Tel 82-2-2038-2874   Fax 82-70-7124-6063
E-mail [email protected]   Website

EcoPeace Asia

EcoPeace Asia was established based on six years of grassroots activities and networks in China to prevent rapid desertification. It is carrying out practical activities such as restoring mangrove forests and encouraging an eco-friendly energy supply to mitigate climate change. EcoPeace Asia is based in South Korea, China, and Mongolia.

Address Forest Center 4F, 5, Seongmisan-ro 11-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Tel 82-2-722-7890   Fax 82-2-722-7897
E-mail [email protected]   Website

Asian Citizen’s Center for Environment and Health

Established in 2010, the Asian Citizen’s Center for Environment and Health has conducted various studies on the public health issues caused by environmental pollution. This institution assists victims susceptible to such environmental ramifications and actively engages in the environmental health movement in Asia. Furthermore, it plays a major role in addressing environmental issues that are considered harmful to human life, such as fine dust, asbestos, and humidifier disinfectants.

Address #409, 42, Saemunan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Tel 82-2-741-2700
E-mail [email protected]   Website