A literature review on reducing carbon emission from supply chain system: drivers, barriers, performance indicators, and practices
M F Ibrahim1*, M M Putri 1 and D M Utama2
1Department of Logistics Engineering, Universitas Internasional Semen Indonesia,
2Department of Industrial Engineering, Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang, Malang,
This study aims to review the literature in reducing carbon emission from supply chain system for the past few years and presenting drivers, barrier, performance indicator, and practice. The issue of reducing carbon emission become frequently discussed since unplanned and irresponsible actions by industries are potential threats to sustainability. Companies are now trying to minimize environmental impacts by integrating environmental concerns into their supply chain operations. In the aim of reducing carbon emissions, the industry is faced with different drivers, barriers, and performance indicator. With a variety of problems faced, the practices taken to reduce carbon emissions are very diverse. Thirty papers were collected from previous studies and linked to discussion points. The result showed that good coordination with various media in the supply chain system would be able to achieve common goals in reducing gas emissions.
Full Paper: Download Full Paper
Plagiarism Check: Download Check Plagiarism
Peer Review: Download Peer Review