Green Supply-Chain Management (GSCM) is gaining popularity in various industries such as the automotive industry, chemicals, textiles, oil and gas exploration, pharmaceuticals, metal manufacturing, FMCG goods, electronics, construction, plastics, and tourism. This chapter provides a short literature review of the GSCM studies. It presents the results of the data collection and the results of five parts of scientometric analysis. The chapter proposes the taxonomy of GW research based on the keywords clustering and discusses the knowledge branches. The most frequently researched topics in GW were energy conservation in warehousing, the environmental impact of warehouse construction and equipment, and sustainable warehouse management. In practice, steps are being taken toward low-carbon warehousing and can be achieved without significant capital investment. Further research directions may include, for example, full life-cycle warehouse emissions testing. There is a lack of research on big data.