Sustainability and Green Operation Management

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Sustainability and green operation management

Sustainability refers to the ability to maintain a certain level of social, economic, and environmental well-being over the long term, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. In business, sustainability often involves finding ways to operate in a socially responsible and environmentally friendly manner, while still achieving economic growth and profitability.

Green operations management, also known as sustainable operations management, refers to the process of designing, producing, and delivering products and services in a way that minimizes their environmental impact. This can include using renewable energy sources, reducing waste and emissions, and choosing sustainable materials and suppliers. The goal of green operations management is to create a more sustainable business model that benefits both the environment and the bottom line

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Green operations management - GOM

GOM is a set of practices and strategies aimed at reducing the environmental impact of business operations while also improving efficiency and profitability.

Overview of GOM & Its key principles-

• Unilever green operation management

  • Unilever sources sustainable raw materials and has set targets to source all agricultural raw materials sustainably by 2023.
  • Unilever has implemented a Zero Waste to Landfill program and has committed to making all its packaging reusable, recyclable, or compostable by 2025.
  • Unilever has set targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and water usage across its operations and has implemented energy-efficient technologies.
  • Unilever has introduced sustainable product lines, such as Lifebuoy soap made from recycled plastic and concentrated laundry detergents.
  • Unilever has formed partnerships and advocated for sustainable business practices and policies at national and international levels.


In conclusion, sustainability and green operations management are crucial for responsible business growth. The three pillars of sustainability must be integrated into business practices. Unilever is an example of a company that has implemented sustainable practices across its operations, contributing to a better future for people and the planet

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