自然资源学报 ›› 2022, Vol. 37 ›› Issue (1): 59-69.doi: 10.31497/zrzyxb.20220104

• 新时期自然资源利用与管理 • 上一篇    下一篇

基于逻辑框架法的自然资源用途管制路径与方法研究

朱江(), 张国杰, 姚江春   

  1. 广州市城市规划勘测设计研究院,广州 510060
  • 收稿日期:2020-09-15 修回日期:2021-04-01 出版日期:2022-01-28 发布日期:2022-03-28
  • 作者简介:朱江(1975- ),女,山东济南人,博士研究生,教授级高级工程师,研究方向为自然资源用途管制、国土空间规划。E-mail: 443574383@qq.com
  • 基金资助:
    广东省重点领域研发计划资助(2020B0101130009);广东省城市感知与监测预警企业重点实验室基金项目(2020B121202019)

Research on the path and method of natural resources' use regulation based on logical framework approach

ZHU Jiang(), ZHANG Guo-jie, YAO Jiang-chun   

  1. Guangzhou Urban Planning & Design Survey Research Institute, Guangzhou 510060, China
  • Received:2020-09-15 Revised:2021-04-01 Online:2022-01-28 Published:2022-03-28

摘要:

统一用途管制是自然资源管理的宏观核心目标。目前自然资源用途管制中仍存在事权划分不清、管制指标维度不一、管制空间重叠、监督评价不足等问题,需从管制逻辑框架和系统构成的层面进行综合研究。逻辑框架法是一种从问题出发,将宏观目标转换为具体目标和措施的有效方法。借助逻辑框架法思路,在分析自然资源用途管制基本内涵的基础上,建立自然资源用途管制的“宏观目标—具体目标—问题提出—管制措施—评价监管”的逻辑框架关系,同时在自然资源用途管制具体措施和评价监督等方面提出相关建议。

关键词: 逻辑框架法, 自然资源, 分区分级, 用途管制, 监督评价

Abstract:

Unifying the use regulation is the core objective of natural resources management. However, there remain several problems in current use regulation of natural resources, including unclear division of authority, non-uniform dimension of indexes, overlap of regulatory space, lacking of supervision and assessment. These problems are necessary to be synthetically researched from logical framework and systematic compositions of use regulation. The logical framework approach (LFA) is a method that starts from problems and converts broad objectives to specific goals and measures. Applying this approach, this paper built the logical framework of "broad objectives-specific goals-problems posing-regulatory measures-assessment and supervision" based on the analysis of fundamental connotation for use regulation of natural resources. Finally, it offered suggestions on specific measures, assessment and supervision of natural resources management.

Key words: logical framework approach, natural resources, zoning and classification, use regulation, supervision and assessment