Supply Chain Coordination with Carbon Trading Price and Consumers' Environmental Awareness Dependent Demand release_mkxjrpipivffdoyzrncxszoolu

by Qinghua Pang, Mingzhen Li, Tiantian Yang, Yi Shen

Published in Mathematical Problems in Engineering by Hindawi Limited.

2018   Volume 2018, p1-11

Abstract

Carbon emissions reduction in supply chain is an effective method to reduce the greenhouse effect. The paper investigates the impacts of carbon trading price and consumers' environmental awareness on carbon emissions in supply chain under the cap-and-trade system. Firstly, it analyzes the centralized decision structure and obtains the requirements to coordinate carbon emissions reduction and order quantity in supply chain. Secondly, it proposes the supply chain coordination mechanism with revenue-sharing contract based on quantity discount policy, and the requirements that the contract parameters need to satisfy are also given. Thirdly, assuming the market demand is affected by consumer's environmental awareness in addition form, the paper proposes the methods to determine the optimal order quantity and the optimal level of carbon emissions through model optimization. Finally, it investigates the impacts of carbon trading price on carbon emissions in supply chain. The results show that clean manufacturer's optimal per-unit carbon emissions increase as the carbon trading price increases, while nongreen manufacturer's optimal per-unit carbon emissions decrease as the carbon trading price increases. For the middle emissions manufacturer, the optimal per-unit carbon emissions depend on the relationship between the carbon trading price and the carbon reduction coefficient.
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