Policy Evaluation of Environmental Sustainability of Supply Chain Practices on the Performance of Total Exploration and Productivity Nigeria LTD

Mutiullah Olasupo, Chukwuma Okafor, Anthony Igbokwe


Environmental and  sustainability issues within  supply chain has become a concern  to regulating agencies , government legislation, and citizens of various countries demanding cleaner environment as a result of the climate change. This paper therefore attempt to examine the impact of environmental sustainability of supply chain on the performance of total exploration and productivity Nigeria LTD.. To achieve the objective stated above , the quantitative research method was adopted. The research strategy was therefore survey based, in which primary and secondary was used to collect the needed data to provide answers to the research question. The information collected was analysed using descriptive statistics, while linear regression was also used to test the hypothesis. The findings indicate that there is no significant relationship between environmental sustainability of supply chain and the performance of Total exploration and productivity LTD. The study therefore concludes that with the rising environmental regulations and public concern on climate change, it is only proper for cooperation to exist between the supply chain partners to bring a lasting solution to sustainability in the environment. Recommendations were made which focused on the need for total Nigeria LTD to implement an internal environmental management in order to reduce the environmental burden on climate change.

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