This year, the Jeju Forum hosted 3,672 participants from 49 countries, the largest number in the forums history, signaling its growing importance as an international forum that deals comprehensively with a variety of topics. With one voice, Asian political leaders and erudite scholars from around the world expressed their yearning for peace on the Korean Peninsula, and delivered the East Asian communitys shared vision of a peaceful, constructive resolution to historical and territorial disputes in Asia, founded on mutual understanding.  Seeking global cooperation that befits this anticipated paradigm shift, a broad range of topics was considered, including the economy, culture, women, energy, and climate change. As a result of these discussions, new measures were devised to respond effectively to various crises and changes.Based on the fruits of this years discussions.

Host: Jeju Special Self-Governing Province, International Peace Foundation, East Asia Foundation, JoongAng Ilbo 
Organizer: Jeju Peace Institute

17:20 ~ 18:40 [2-E] Climate Change and Fisheries in East Asia
동아시아 기후변화와 수산
Room E
Moderator: JUNG, Sukgeun (Professor, Jeju National University)

KIM, Suam (Professor, Pukyong National University)
‘Climate Change and Fisheries in East Asia’
SHAN, Xiujuan (Yellow Sea Fisheries Research Institute)
‘Climate Change and Chinese Fisheries in the Yellow Sea’
KIM, Dohoon (Professor, Pukyong National University)
‘Climate Change and Korean Fisheries’

Rapporteur: HA, Seungmok (Jeju National University)

사회 및 인사말: 정석근 (제주대학교 교수)
김수암 (부경대학교 교수)
‘기후변화와 동아시아 수산업’
샨 시우쥐엔 (중국황해수산연구소)
‘중국 황해 수산업과 기후변화 ’
김도훈 (부경대학교 교수)
‘기후변화와 한국 수산업’

라포터: 하승목 (제주대학교)

East Asia is a very densely populated area where one-third of the world’s human population resides. The adjacent seas are highly productive and generate the largest fishery yields in the world, which in turn support the high consumption of fish products by residents of the surrounding countries. Recently, however, the rapid population and economic growth has threatened food security and the sustainability of marine ecosystems. In this session, we will discuss the effect of climate change on fisheries in the region to suggest adaptation approaches and policies for international organizations and local governments.

남북극과 고산지대의 빙하감소 등으로 전 지구적 해양순환대류의 급격한 변화에 따른 이상기후 발생과 육지 및 해양 환경 생태계의 예측 곤란한 방향으로의 변동이 동아시아 해양어종의 다양성에 상당한 영향을 미치고 있습니다.

이번 세션에서는 해양환경의 변화가 어종의 다양성에 어떠한 영향을 미치고 있는 지와 그러한 다양성을 긍정적이고 지속 가능한 활용과 보존으로 연결해낼 수 있는 방안이 무엇인지를 논의하게 될 것입니다.