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The fact that the global economy has been thriving and gaining significant accomplishments also brings its adverse effects to the environment, which, specifically speaking, is climate change. This phenomenon has become increasingly pressing. A research carried out by World Bank has revealed that Logistics constitutes 5.5% of worldwide emissions. As a result, the Theory of sustainable development has urgently required entrepreneurs to modify the traditional model of Logistics, which consumes more energy, reduces noise, disposals, and emissions.Consequently, the Theory of Green Logistics was created to improve the situation. Technological advances play an essential role in enhancing the efficiency, reliability, and reducing the expenses for the logistics companies. Besides that, a green logistics operation that is operated will help logistics and transport services generally become more friendly to the environment. Since Vietnamese import and export market is developing, domestic trade is widening, and Logistics demand is rising, Green Logistics scheme happens to be more beneficial than tax cuts while it is also economical and increasingly improving the competitions. Vietnamese Logistics companies, however, are organized in small and medium-scales, which make the Green logistics scheme new and challenging to be constructed and applied. This paper aims to analyze the effect of Green Logistics on the sustainable development of the economy that several global Logistics enterprises have been operating, examining and evaluating into Vietnamese logistics situations in the context of integrating into the international marketplace. Also, the authors recommend several solutions to expand Green Logistics in Vietnam under global integration.

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Hoang Phuong Nguyen, & Van Tai Pham. (2020). Toward The Green Logistics By Developing Sustainable Transportation: A Case Study From Vietnam. GIS Business, 15(1), 127-141. Retrieved from https://www.gisbusiness.org/index.php/gis/article/view/17959