Green Eco-Safety Controlled via Grey Conceptual Framework Integrated with backcasting Approach Managed through Key Enabling Technologies


Authors : Ahmed M. Abed; Laila f. seddek; Tamer S. Gaafar

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 2 - February

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6337896

Global warming is a problem that threatens the survival of social peace. The nations' economies must balance the TBL's elements via targeting the reduction of carbonic emissions and the depletion of natural resources. Therefore, called on relevant U.N. to adopt the visual control platforms via using KET (Key Enabling Technologies) to manage a proposed conceptual framework (green eco safety control; GESC) through 12 essential related significant sustainability indicators (L_i). GESC consists of two sequential phases; the first determines the organization's vision values for significant indicators and choosing the suitable policies to achieve sustainability by the backcasting technique (ABCDE), that supported by the grey methods (AGO and IAGO) to create a referenced curve that ties the future value and that measured to control the eco safety at the second phase. The climate summit pays attention to measuring this index online. This platform records the energyintensive consumption for 21 organizations, proposes a future vision, and then uses the grey method to build the visual control curve. The visual and online control enhance the targets by 37% and 14%, respectively.

Keywords : Visual Control; Online Control; Green Production; KET Utilization; Sustainability Indicators; Backcasting Approach; Grey Methods.

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