considera como campo de atuacao o contexto interno e externo das organizacoes (Sarkis et al., 2011), segundo uma concepcao integrativa da sustentabilidade na gestao da cadeia de suprimentos (Srivastava, 2007).
Manufacturers around the world are adopting environmentally friendly supply chain management processes, a practice referred to as Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM
), to mitigate their environmental impact.
Jabbour, "Selecting green suppliers based on GSCM
practices: Using fuzzy TOPSIS applied to a Brazilian electronics company," European Journal of Operational Research, vol.
Firms are exposed to structurally and contextually different stakeholder environments in terms of laws, regulations, and public scrutiny at different SCPs causing them to develop diverse GSCM
practice capabilities (Lee, Klassen, Furlan & Vinelli, 2014; Lo, 2013; Siegel, 2009).
Nesse mesmo sentido, Abdala e Barbieri (2014) afirmam que a principal diferenca entre a green supply chain management (GSCM
) e SCS esta relacionada a incorporacao de aspectos sociais nas praticas e acoes da cadeia de suprimento.
Many investigations focus on geometry-based stochastic channel model (GSCM
) for its well suiting for nonstationary environments.
 approached Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM
) in a multicriteria decision problem to select the best green supplier for a plastics manufacturer in Singapore, using Fuzzy Axiomatic Design (FAD).
The third modeling approach, the geometry-based stochastic channel model (GSCM
), is useful in nonstationary channel .
In the 90's a new concept, called Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM
) was created and is the involvement of the purchasing function in activities that include reduction, recycling, reuse and replacement of materials (NARASHEVIAN; CARTER, 1998).
Green supply chain management (GSCM
) is a developing field that strings out of the conventional supply chain perception.