GSCM AND CONSTRUCTION SECTOR: STRATEGIES FOR GREENING THE BUSINESS IN INDIAN CONTEXT
Greening the Indian construction sector (CS) through green supply chain management (GSCM) has been extensively explored through an appropriate methodology through study of players in the sector in India. Examination of the opportunities for greening India's CS by ensuring sustainability through GE practises and effective regularly interactions has been adopted. The contributors 40 SDG indicators (22 direct & 18 indirect) has also been verified. The contemporary SCM practices has been scrutinised in order to identify pressures and barriers. The six identified pressures have been contemplated for a conceptual framework. The six barriers have been analysed to study the legislative opportunities to green the business. The contemporary SCM practices are found to be strictly profit-centric, through there are regulatory effects supporting the scenario. The sustainable practices have been well endorsed in GSCM, and the adopted hypothesis proves that legislation has enormous openings to lighten the target. The other two independent variables (customer demand and performance) have insignificant effects on GSCM.