World Data Center

World Data Center for Geoinformatics and Sustainable Development (hereinafter, the WDC-Ukraine) has been working in Ukraine since 2006 as a full-member of the World Data System (WDS) of the International Science Council (ISC). WDC-Ukraine specializes on providing interdisciplinary research of complex systems of different nature.

The WDC-Ukraine activities are focused on arrangements for access of Ukrainian scientific community to global information resources of the ISC in Earth Sciences, Planetary and Space Physics and relevant related disciplines, as well as the collection and storage of global and regional data with significant value for research in the field of Sustainable Development and managerial decision-making.

WDC-Ukraine activities includes decision making support for long-term issues of society development in terms of its sustainability; informational support for estimations of sustainable development perspectives and implementation of sustainable development concept in higher education, business and politics.

News & Events

International Forum "Ecology and Peace"


On May 15-16, 2024, the National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute" hosted the International Forum "Ecology and Peace," dedicated to combating ecocide, nuclear terrorism, humanitarian demining, and water purification. The event brought together leading experts and scientists who discussed the environmental problems caused by the war over two days.

Ukraine's future in the new world order


The World Data Center for Geoinformatics and Sustainable Development in cooperation with leading experts has conducted a foresight study ‘Scenarios of the end of the Russian-Ukrainian war in the context of the new security architecture of the world’.

Lviv Eco Forum 2023 was held on September, 14-15


This year's forum, held under the slogan "Let's rebuild Ukraine together", was dedicated to plans for the restoration and development of Ukrainian water supply and drainage systems. Special attention was paid to the projects of international humanitarian organizations in the water supply sector.