OPERATION OF THE TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS SYSTEM OF «PODILLIA» ECONOMIC AND GEOGRAPHICAL REGION IN THE CONTEXT OF GREEN ECONOMICS

Viacheslav LIASHENKO, Nataliia TRUSHKINA, Henryk DZWIGOL, Aleksy KWILINSKI

Анотація


The article proposes a comprehensive approach to assessing the development of the regional transport and logistics system of the economic and geographical region «Podillia». This approach is based on the use of a set of indicators that characterize the current state of the transport and logistics system from an environmental point of view. The obtained results of the conducted analysis reveal modern environmental problems in the operation of the transport and logistics system of the region.

Trends and patterns of development of world markets of green bonds, green loans and sustainable investment assets are studied. The peculiarities and features of green financing tools are considered in terms of the development of transport and logistics systems of different levels.

The research outcomes prove that an organizational and economic mechanism should be developed and implemented in order to ensure the effective operation of the transport and logistics system of «Podillia» economic region on the basis of green economics and balanced sustainable development. At its core, there is a symbiosis and integration of principles, functions, methods, means, and tools of management, as well as information systems and technologies aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions, improving environmental safety, making sound innovative decisions on sustainable management of logistics. It is established that in modern Ukrainian conditions the economic region of «Podillia» should use the best international practices to implement the mechanism of green financing of infrastructure projects. This will allow for a successful transformation of the regional transport and logistics system in the context of green economics and balanced sustainable development of the transport and logistics system.

JEL: L91, Q25, Q28, R13, R40.


Ключові слова


Regional economy; economic and geographical region; transport and logistics system; green economics; sustainable development; ecological principles; transformation; green investment tools; green infrastructure projects; green technologies.

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Received: August 14, 2021.

Reviewed: August 25, 2021.

Accepted: September 5, 2021.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.35774/jee2021.03.456

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