The growing studies that focused on the topic of linking green human resource management (GHRM) with green supply chain management (GSCM) has necessitate the writing of this study. Recently, academics and practitioners have increasingly paying attention to environmental management systems and policies to improve a full spectrum of manufacturing sustainable performance through adopting environmental management system (EMS) in two major functions in the firm such as human resource (HR) and supply chain (SC) departments (i.e. GHRM and GSCM practices). The integration between these practices can help the manufacturing organizations to achieve green corporate culture and enhancement their sustainable performance in order to balance the environmental, economic, and social performance toward community which is considered the main responsibility for manufacturing firms. The aim of this study is to review the various literatures on the relationship between GHRM practices, GSCM practices and sustainability performance. Furthermore, this study aims to propose a reasonable conceptual model to clarify the relationship between these three variables in the context of Palestinian manufacturing sector. The research findings will be specifically imperative for manufacturing organizations with the aim of improving their sustainability.