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The Relationship Between Sustainable Supply Chain Management, Stakeholder Pressure and Corporate Sustainability Performance – 2014URL Top of Form Bottom of Form A Conceptual Framework of Sustainable Hospitality Supply Chain Management – JOURNAL ARTICLEURL Top of Form Bottom of Form  Framework of Sustainable Service Supply Chain Management: A Literature Review – JOURNAL ARTICLEURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Supply Chain Management for Sustainable Products – Insights From Research Applying Mixed Methodologies – 2011 Professional Online Articles Top of Form Bottom of Form McDonald’s and the Challenges of a Modern Supply Chain 2015URL Top of Form Bottom of Form The price for not looking at sustainable procurement McDonald’s improves its supply chain through automation 2017URL Top of Form Bottom of Form Professional Websites Top of Form Bottom of Form What is Supply Chain ManagementURL Top of Form Bottom of Form International Tourism Partnership – Sustainable Supply ChainsURL Top of Form Bottom of Form McDonald’s Australia meets cage-free egg targetURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Starting at the source: Sustainability in supply chainsURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Supply chains and livelihoods – an excellent website with LOTS of case studiesURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Nestle using blockchain to authenticate coffee originURL Resources and Readings: Top of Form Bottom of Form Professional Articles Top of Form Bottom of Form Responsible Procurement – PROFESSIONAL ARTICLEURL Top of Form Bottom of Form A shifting Landscape as Hotels Seek Seamlessness – HTURLResources relating to this weeks content Top of Form Bottom of Form Websites Top of Form Bottom of Form The Last Straw Campaign – WEBSITEURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Chocolate and the EnvironmentURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Sustainable Development Goals – WEBSITEURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Journal Articles Top of Form Bottom of Form Henry Beverley, Charmley Ed, Eckard Richard, Gaughan John B., Hegarty Roger (2012) Livestock production in a changing climate: adaptation and mitigation research in Australia. Crop and Pasture Science 63, 191-202.URL Top of Form Bottom of Form Wiedemann, S., McGahan, E., Murphy, C., etal., (2015). Environmental impacts and resource use of Australian beef and lamb exported to the USA determined using life cycle assessment, Journal of Cleaner Production, 94, 67-75.URL Top of Form Bottom of Form Measuring the Choice of Environmental Sustainability. 2017URL Top of Form Bottom of Form A Critical Review of Green ProcurementURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Greening the food supply chain: an optimisation model for sustainable design of refrigerated automated warehouses. 2015.URL Top of Form Bottom of Form Other Resources & Readings Top of Form Bottom of Form BRS Australia (2001) Environmental Factors Affecting Australia’s Livestock Industries A BRS report for Meat and Livestock AustraliaURL Top of Form Bottom of Form An older report, however some good points raised in terms of the environmental impacts of beef production.   Brown Brothers moves part of its operation to TasmaniaURL Brown Brothers says it’s become too unreliable to grow pinot noir and sparkling whites at their Milawa winery. Corona Virus is proving that we need more resilient supply chains – HBR.orgURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Cotton and rice have an important place in the Murray Darling BasinURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Coca-Cola replaces plastic drinking straws with paper in AustraliaURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Dead Zone in Gulf of Mexico due to Meat IndustryURL Top of Form Bottom of Form The Gulf of Mexico is currently experiencing one of the largest “dead zones” ever seen, in which a massive patch of the ocean is now devoid of life. A new report claims that this ecological devastation is the result of the meat industry that occurs in the heart of the United States. State of the World’s Forests 2016 – REPORTURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United States War on Waste – Banana’sURL Top of Form Bottom of Form Bananas are Australia’s number one selling supermarket product. Craig visits a Queensland banana farm to find out what happens to the bananas that aren’t up to supermarket specifications. A giant insect ecosystem is collapsing due to humans. It’s a catastropheURL

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