To green industry

To bridge the technological gap and effectively and sustainably meet humanity's needs in the 21st century, New Geology is implementing a dual green and digital transition, harnessing a wide range of cutting-edge tools and technologies from the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Remote sensing technologies, laser scanning, satellite imaging, and big data analytics enable detailed information gathering about geological formations, climate changes, and environmental conditions, among others. Machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence ensure efficient processing of vast amounts of data to identify patterns and predict events. Real-time data collection through the Internet of Things (IoT) and sensor networks facilitates precise monitoring and management of geological processes.

Geoinformatics and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) expedite the integration and analysis of geographic data, enabling the creation of digital models and cartographic visualizations for effective geological resource management, land use planning, and problem-solving. Virtual and augmented reality technologies, modelling, simulation, automation, robotics, and other innovative achievements offer the opportunity to conduct virtual experiments, create precise geological system models, automate processes, and improve research productivity.

In response to the 21st century's global challenges, the Ukrainian Association of Geologists of (UAG) mobilizes geologists and professionals from various Earth sciences fields to actively participate in sustainable development processes, green transformation, and the transition to environmentally-friendly practices. This endeavour involves fostering constructive dialogues among all stakeholders, both at the national level in Ukraine and on a global scale."

Relevant legal documents and analytical materials from global agencies in the field of Green industry

European Green Deal
The report, published by the European Commission, addresses climate and environmental challenges. It outlines a vision for a fair and prosperous society in the EU, with a resource-efficient economy and no net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
green industry

Industry 4.0 for green future

Green Technology Book 2022 Solutions for climate change adaptation
This WIPO article explores the intersection of climate change adaptation and technology, highlighting the role of innovation and the transfer of solutions.
industry 4.0 for green future

Decarbonisation And the Role of Technology
The article published by Resilience First and The Resilience Shift in partnership with intel explores various aspects of building a sustainable and environmentally friendly future.

The Role of Critical World Energy Outlook Special Report
‘The World Energy Outlook Special Report’ published by the International Energy Agency (IEA) dispenses the analysis of today’s challenging connections between minerals and the view of a safe and fast transformation of the energy sector.

Global Material Resources Outlook to 2060 Economic drivers and environmental consequences
The OECD article highlights key messages regarding the economic drivers, materials use, and their environmental consequences.
primary materials

Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative. Progress report 2022
Progress report 2022, published by Extractive industries transparency initiative (EITI), provides an annual overview of the progress, aiming to develop transparency and management of natural resources in the EITI countries.
primary materials

Measuring circularity for capital equipment. Gaps, challenges and recommendations for an evolving metrics landscape
The PACE, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Circle Economy article emphasizes the importance of the circular economy in addressing climate breakdown and reducing emissions.
capital goods

What is intensive agriculture; why is it bad?
The article by Hums League, provides information about intensive agriculture and its disadvantages, compares extensive and intensive agriculture, presenting the real situation in the area and describes ways how to help.

Sustainable consumption. Helping consumers make eco-friendly choices
The publication by the EPRS examining the environmental impacts of EU consumption on product sustainability. It highlights sustainable consumption's environmental, social, and economic dimensions, with a primary focus on the environment.
product usage

Ecological Footprint Metric
The Ecological Footprint is the only metric that measures how much nature we have and how much nature we use. The website of Global Footprint Network provides ecological footprint results for over 200 countries and territories
ecological footprint mitigation

Sustainable Blue Economy Finance Initiative
The European Commission report offers a comprehensive overview of the important role in supporting the conservation and sustainable development of oceans, seas, and marine resources.
inclusive financial support