Policy Planning

With its research on the political, social, and cultural aspects of sustainable development and environmental issues, the KFEM has played a leading role in providing long-term strategies for environmental movements.

Along with this, we monitor national budgets and government ministries to regulate practices and policies that might have a negative impact on the environment. As a national organization with 52 local chapters, building a consensus and setting united goals are necessary for the progress of all KFEM chapters. As we share common interests and perspectives toward environmental issues, we take collaborative actions to address environmental degradation. The KFEM has also formed networks with other civic members, including women, laborers, farmers, and local communities, to tackle environmental problems in South Korea.