Environmentally responsible actions can play a strategic role in protecting and enhancing the image of a supply chain. The production rate of manufacturing activities is a driver that affects environmental performance the most. It becomes faster with learning, which results in generating more CO2 emissions. In this contribution, a vendor-buyer green supply chain model is studied, considering a decentralised and a centralised optimised policy. They consider investing in learning in production and in reducing CO2 emissions of the production process. A numerical example is presented to compare the behaviour of the model under the two policies.

Green Supply Chain with Learning in Production and Environmental Investments

Marchi, B.
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Zanoni, S.
Writing – Review & Editing
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Zavanella, L. E.
Supervision
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Jaber, M. Y.
Writing – Review & Editing
2018-01-01

Abstract

Environmentally responsible actions can play a strategic role in protecting and enhancing the image of a supply chain. The production rate of manufacturing activities is a driver that affects environmental performance the most. It becomes faster with learning, which results in generating more CO2 emissions. In this contribution, a vendor-buyer green supply chain model is studied, considering a decentralised and a centralised optimised policy. They consider investing in learning in production and in reducing CO2 emissions of the production process. A numerical example is presented to compare the behaviour of the model under the two policies.
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