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Kalinowski Tomasz Bartosz (Uniwersytet Łódzki), Rudnicka Agata (Uniwersytet Łódzki), Wieteska Grażyna (Uniwersytet Łódzki)
Title
CO2 Hotspots Identification in Supply Chains of Different Products
Identyfikacja krytycznych punktów emisji CO2 w łańcuchach dostaw wybranych produktów
Source
Studia Ekonomiczne / Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach. Zarządzanie (10), 2017, nr 321, s. 69-82, tab., bibliogr. 30 poz.
Keyword
Emisja gazów, Zanieczyszczenie środowiska, Łańcuch dostaw, Rozwój zrównoważony
Gas emissions, Environmental pollution, Supply chain, Sustainable development
Note
JEL Classification: M14, Q56, Q01
streszcz., summ.
Abstract
Artykuł prezentuje analizę łańcuchów dostaw różnych produktów, która przeprowadzona została z wykorzystaniem narzędzia Supply Chain Environmental Analysis Tool (SCEnAT). Analiza porównawcza zebranych danych pozwoliła na określenie krytycznych punktów emisji CO2 w badanych łańcuchach dostaw. Tym samym zidentyfikowano procesy i odcinki łańcuchów dostaw o kluczowym negatywnym wpływie na środowisko. Tego typu rozpoznanie umożliwia wdrożenie adekwatnych praktyk oraz jednocześnie skuteczną redukcję emisji dwutlenku węgla. Artykuł bazuje na wynikach międzynarodowego projektu PrESS.(abstrakt oryginalny)

The article presents an analysis of supply chains of different products based on case study research from the three European countries with the use of Supply Chain Environmental Analysis Tool (SCEnAT). The comparative analysis of gathered data allowed to recognize the CO2 hotspots in researched supply chains. The research implications of the paper lead to identification of processes/supply chains' parts with the highest environmental aspects. The practical implications of the paper are the possibilities of influencing recognized carbon dioxide hotspots with best practice recommendations. The article is based on the findings from an international project PrESS.(original abstract)
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ISSN
2083-8611
2449-5638
Language
eng
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