With the increase of environmental awareness, enterprises started to design production systems that are less harmful to the environment, reduce the amount of waste and manage environmental risks, and they started to act with a sense of social responsibility. Environmentally friendly studies because of environmental concerns, which are dedicated to environmental sensitivity, is stated with the term "green". The main purpose of the green supply chain management is to minimize the environmental negative effects resulting from the production activities of the enterprises. In this study, the factors affecting the green supply chain management were determined and the importance level of these factors and their order of importance were aimed to be determined by using SWARA and Copeland methods. In this respect, it is aimed to provide sectoral and academic benefits. As a result of this study, it was observed that the extrinsic factors affected the green supply chain management the most.