Effect of green supply chain management practices on firm performance in Ghana

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The study attempted to examine the effect of gscm on the performance of firms in ghana. The current study adopted a quantitative methodology with a cross-sectional descriptive research design. The study sampled 94 managers of various firms using structured questionnaire as the main data collection instrument. Both descriptive and inferential statistics were used to present the study’s findings. The study results discovered that the gscm practices mainly utilized by firms in ghana are green manufacturing, remanufacturing, and internal environmental management. Whilst the economic performance of firms in ghana was also high, the environmental performance and operational performance were average. The study outcomes also demonstrated that gscm practices had significant positive effects on the environmental, economic, and operational performance of firms in ghana. The study recommended that the management of the various firms invest in the other gscm practices to reduce environmental pollution and further boost the performance of their various firms.