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dr Anna Baraniecka
ORCID: 0000-0002-4281-5537

PhD, researcher, lecturer, tutor of student research group at the Department of Strategic Management, Wroclaw University of Economics and Business. The author's scientific discipline is management and quality science, and the sub-disciplines are: organization management, strategic management, management concepts and methods, logistics. The areas of current scientific interest are: supply chain management, supply chain social capital, strategic management, ecologistics, high technology sectors and space logistics.

DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2021.12.1
JEL: Q2, O3, M10

The intensification of space exploration is associated with the use of the Earth's natural resources, which in the context of the depletion of their resources and the climate crisis may meet with social opposition. The solution for balancing the social, economic and environmental goals of space missions is to configure interplanetary supply chains that allow, inter alia, on the use of natural resources from space objects (Moon, Mars, asteroids). The aim of this article is to present the theoretical achievements to date in the field of configuring interplanetary supply chains and to indicate the importance of the development of these chains for achieving sustainable space exploration. The author claims that the development of interplanetary supply chains can contribute to the sustainable exploration of space, and thus increase the level of social acceptance for space projects.

Keywords: interplanetary supply chains; space logistics; space missions; in-situ resources; ISRU — In-Situ Resources Utilization
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2021.1.3
JEL: M21, Q57

Management concepts that postulate reducing the negative impact of the economy on the natural environment, such as corporate social responsibility or sustainable development, are no longer just ideas that create the image of an organization, as they increasingly affect the level of its competitiveness, attractiveness for the recipient and value for stakeholders. Business entities that notice this trend are looking for new management solutions that will help to effectively implement the principles of green order and at the same time build the value of the organization. One of such solutions is ecologistics, discussed in this article. The aim of the article is to present the results of pilot studies on the advancement level of ecologistics in the companies of the Euroregion Nysa, in which the original model of ecologistics maturity in an enterprise was used. The pilot study was aimed at preparing research hypotheses for further research, as well as verifying the correctness of the theoretical model and the research tool in terms of content and form.

Keywords: ecologistics; green logistics; model of ecologistics maturity in an enterprise; pilot studies
DOI: 10.33226/1231-7853.2019.11.1
JEL: M21, Q57

The author points to the essence and importance of ecologistics in enterprises and supply chains in the context of the growing environmental crisis. Based on the assumption that bottom-up initiatives of individual enterprises, which have their source in the implementation of corporate social responsibility, as well as in striving to improve competitiveness are able to realistically and faster than system projects affect the elimination of the greatest threats to the natural environment, the author presents solutions in the field of ecologistics, which can be applied in any enterprise regardless of its status. The purpose of the discussion undertaken in the paper is to present the author's model of the level of development of ecologistics and the system of evaluation of activities in this field in the enterprise and the supply chain.

Keywords: ecologistics; green logistics; environmental crisis; carbon foodprint; ecologistics development model