The Moderating effect of Environmental Collaboration on the Green Supply Chain Management Practices and Sustainability Performance in Construction Industry’s
As environmental issues become more pressing, people involved in businesses are paying more attention due to increasing competition. A company's success isn't just about profits anymore, but also how well it develops sustainably. This study looks at how "green" supply chain practices can impact the success of the construction industries. We collected data from 347 companies and used software called SPSS and AMOS to analyze it. We found that actions like green manufacturing; green purchasing, Eco-design, and using helped companies perform better sustainably. However, working closely with green information system didn't make much of a difference. Also, the collaboration from larger societal structures didn't significantly change the impact of green purchasing, and green information system on sustainability performance. But, they did have a notable effect when it came to customer green purchasing and eco-design. This study is unique because it looks at four different aspects of green supply chain management and considers the role of environmental collaboration. We also discuss what this means for managers in these companies.
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