Indicators for Greening Value Chains

Ecaterina Daniela Zeca, Maricica Stoica, Carmelia Mariana Dragomir Bălănică

Volume 26, Issue 3;
Pages: 155-159; 2020
ISSN: 2069-0053 (print) (former ISSN: 1453-1399), Agroprint;
ISSN (online): 2068-9551
Green value at its broadest is concerned to analyse all sets of valuables that entities do have address in order to generate both socioeconomic and environmental added value, but following the maximisation of the positive impacts of their effort and effects. At its narrowest, syntagma green value chain is used to refer to a framework for measuring and reporting corporate performance against economic. While numerous Green Value Chain assessments have been developed, there are not yet enough completed programs that focus on greening the chains to allow the drawing out of lessons learned. Regarding vegetal and animal environmental destruction cannot always be solved with environmental policies alone. It is important to take into account economic, social, cultural and environmental bottlenecks in the value chain when addressing underlying root causes of inefficiencies
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