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Academic Journal of Business & Management, 2022, 4(1); doi: 10.25236/AJBM.2022.040104.

Business Organizations on Some Issues of Transition to "Green" Model


Bat-Erdene Togooch

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Bat-Erdene Togooch

Business school, Graduate University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia


Increasing global warming was assessed in 1972 when the researchers focused on product development and uncontrolled functions. Going green was one of the subsequent options determined by the researchers to minimize the pollution. It included keeping the options sustainable and managing the procedures more accurately to control carbon emission in the air. It has brought the attention of the global media, and leaders were trying to incorporate actions for keeping the environment clean and reducing future diseases risks. In this case, international operations were sought as it was not easier to manage global pollution with critical efforts. The international leaders were involved in controlling global warming. The current study has provided a review of the challenges that business organizations were facing to control sustainability operations and go green. The small and medium organizations were keeping more sustainable development due to the least technology involvement. Still, the larger organizations were not able to manage sustainability and go green to the greatest extent. The current study is based on the literature review-based methodology where the data from previous books and journal articles is collected to reach the findings. The reliability and validity of the study are assessed through currency, purpose and authority, and accuracy of the data. The study has indicated the carbon footprints are minimized due to the legislation, leadership behavior, and limited permission for the development. It is recommended to devise international policies on production and control of the resources leading to increasing pollution. 


Green growth, green business, Environmental, Company

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Bat-Erdene Togooch. Business Organizations on Some Issues of Transition to "Green" Model. Academic Journal of Business & Management (2022) Vol. 4, Issue 1: 20-25. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJBM.2022.040104.


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