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the role of green collaborative strategies in improving environmental sustainability in supply chains insights from a case study

Authors: Adolfo Carballo‐Penela; Ingrid Mateo‐Mantecón; Sergio Alvarez; Juan Luis Castromán‐Diz;

the role of green collaborative strategies in improving environmental sustainability in supply chains insights from a case study

Abstract

AbstractThis article aims to quantify to what extent collaborative strategies are more effective than internal or organization‐level actions to green supply chains. In this regard, the impact of decisions made at different stages of a supply chain in a product's carbon footprint is quantified. Organizational and product carbon footprints are calculated using the Compound Method Based on Financial Accounts (MC3). The results underline that concentrating reduction efforts in some stages of the supply chain is more effective than implementing individual actions by the participants. Collaboration among the participants is needed to decide what practices are implemented, at what stage they are needed and how they are to be implemented. This article adds to the literature on supply chains and sustainability. Previous research suggests that collaborative strategies have great potential for reducing the carbon footprint of products, while indicating the need for empirical research to support this statement. Copyright © 2017 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd and ERP Environment

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