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A Study on Selecting Green Indexes of a Seaport
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A Study on Selecting Green Indexes of a Seaport
Pak, Ji-Yeong; Yeo, Gi-Tae; Coo, Byung-Mo;
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The aim of this study draws out the Green Index of a Seaport (GIS) that is comprehensive and coordinated approach to diminish the negative impacts of port operations using a Factor Analysis (FA) which can evaluate the level of cleanness of seaport. For this purpose, the questionnaires were sent to the experts and port stake holders, and received 75 out of 100. In this survey, Cronbach's alpha has the numerical value 0.76. Thus it means that this survey has internal consistency reliability. Overall, 15 components were selected from the literature review and five factors were extracted by factor analysis.
green port;green index;factor analysis;Cronbah's alpha;
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