عنوان مقاله [English]
By entering the green supply chain into decision-making processes, green purchasing and the use of environmentally friendly methods lead to the production of green products and also provide a competitive advantage to the organization, and enhance the credibility and face of the organization in the market and among customers. . On the other hand, improving environmental performance can be profitable, and with the development of green policies, many benefits can be gained. In this research, by first reviewing the theoretical issues, the main factors in the environmental performance of the green supply chain are identified and then, using interpretive structural modeling, the relationships between the factors have been analyzed. The results of this study indicate that these factors can be classified into 7 levels based on the interpretive structural model. The factor that makes use of new and environmentally friendly technologies (to prevent the introduction of pollutants into the environment and to optimize the consumption of energy and energy) has been recognized as the most influential factor that can be the basis of many other factors. Also, in terms of penetration power and dependence, factors that are more important and at lower levels are often located in an independent region with high penetration and low degree of dependency.