The construction industry is an important business sector providing physical equipment and infrastructure through supply and demand patterns that have a strong indirect impact on other industries. Construction projects require materials and products from other industries such as production and buildings and infrastructure for the benefit of those industries. In terms of economic growth, the building industry is economically important and has strong ties with other segments of the economy especially an important sector of economic growth and expansion in developing countries. The capital market is one of the most important parts of the economy, that it is not covered they're important to anyone (MIR et al., 2020). Sustainable development issues are more than ever focused today on how communities view growth and the responsibility of the government to create ways to adapt to growth and to reduce the carbon footprint of human settlements. This paper has established a methodological basis for potential analysis in the construction industry with a view to the scale of application of green supply chain management in Algerian construction industry. The significance and scope of the study are explained in the paper.
- Ahmed Harouache1 , Goh Kai Chen2 , Norliana Binti Sarpin3 , Nawzad Majeed Hamawandy4 , Rizgar Abdullah Sabir Jaf5 , Khowanas Saeed Qader6 , Farman Badran Jalal7 , Rezan Salahaddin Azzat8
- Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government