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The downloadable link for the recent publication of: Developing the structural model based on analyzing the relationship between the barriers of Green Supply Chain Management using TOPSIS Approach
in Materials Today: Proceedings (Elsevier.com)
article MATPR_18327 - https://authors.elsevier.com/c/1c0TU7tbNaHaT3
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Abstract: Day-to-day, growing environmental impact on the industries has forced them to go for sustainable devel-opment in the industry. Further, the growing awareness among consumers regarding environmental con-cern dictates the path for the manufacturing context to think about greening in all the processes. In thisregard, Green Supply Chain is one of the best options before the industries. GSCM is not only convertingthe industrial operations as green operations but also providing the safeguard against the hazardousobjects associated with the industries. Though comparing with traditional SCM, the implementation ofthe GSCM approach in the manufacturing sector seems to be a complex one, yet it can be implemented.In the Indian context, it is revealed that there is a slow progression in the implementation of GSCM. Thepresent study discusses the barriers responsible for the slow implementation of GSCM. Further, anattempt has been made to validate and ranking to these barriers with the help of the TOPSIS method.The study concludes that government policies and regulations are the foremost impacted barrier thatcauses the slow implementation of GSCM in the Indian context.

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