International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Green Supply Chain Practices as Determinants of Achieving Green Performance of Extractive Industries in Jordan
Mohammed Saleem Khlif Alshura, Heba Ziad Yousef Awawdeh

This study examined the effect of green supply chain practices (GSCP) on green performance (GP) of Extractive Industries in Jordan. The independent variable (GSCP) was grouped into six practices: green supplier selection, green purchasing, green production, green design, green distribution, and reverse logistics. The sample of the study consisted of 74 of top and middle level managers. Based on a questionnaire-based survey, responses of managers across management levels were investigated on both GSCP and green performance (GP) using SPSS. Results suggest that GSCP significantly and positively related to GP. The study recommends that more focus needs to be placed on implementing environmental standards when selecting suppliers, purchasing, manufacturing, distributing, and developing internal eco designs

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