Author(s): Fatima Lahcen Yachou Ait Yassine
The study aimed at examining the impact of green supply chain management practices on business performance of extractive industries in Jordan. Data were gathered using an electronic questionnaire administered to a sample encompassed managers of purchasing, distribution, production functions of supply chain. The findings revealed that green manufacturing was in the first rank in terms of its impact on business performance, while green design and green distribution were in the second and third ranks. Reverse logistics had the lowest impact on business performance. On the other side, environmental collaboration and green purchasing had no significant effects on business performance.