Environmental Sustainability Practices in Supply Chains Case of North American High-Tech Industry
The environment is gaining greater attention as organizations increase efforts to reduce any adverse environmental impact of their operations. These efforts naturally migrate into organizations’ supply chains as much of the energy associated in producing their products is expended by external suppliers and in the need to transport components from suppliers and finished products to markets.
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