Analyzing Enablers of Emission Reduction Strategies of Cement-manufacturing Industry of India under Fuzzy Environment

@article{Balsara2019AnalyzingEO,
  title={Analyzing Enablers of Emission Reduction Strategies of Cement-manufacturing Industry of India under Fuzzy Environment},
  author={Sachin Balsara and Pramod Kumar Jain and Anbanandam Ramesh},
  journal={Advances in Simulation, Product Design and Development},
  year={2019}
}
Cement production is the most emission-intensive industry. The Indian cement industry is the second-largest greenhouse gas emitter. Continuous emissions are responsible for global warming and extreme climate change. The cement industry is currently under pressure to reduce emissions. Therefore, we seek to evaluate the enablers of emission reduction strategies of Indian cement industry. In the present study, fuzzy AHP is used to assess the enablers of emission reduction strategies of cement… 
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