A Conceptual Framework on Green Supply Chain Management Practices

B.L. Lakshmimeera, Chitramani Palanisamy


Rapid worldwide industrialization has contributed led to the extensive damage caused to the environment and is increasing at a fast pace in the recent years, industrial wastes of various forms have damaged and the environment and made it irreversible with ozone depletion and Antarctic icebergs melt. The after effects of this deterioration have created pressure from all stake holders towards manufacturers on their cleaner production responsibilities in India making Green supply chain management a vital development in the area of research in management. Since this area of research is new to Indian context the research proposes a conceptual model for GSCM practices based on extensive literature review and practices related to this area.

Keywords: GSCM, Green practices, Inbound Green practices, Outbound Green practices, Green design, Green Manufacturing, Reverse Logistics.

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ISSN (Paper)2224-6096 ISSN (Online)2225-0581

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