2020
DOI: 10.1590/1809-4422asoc20190027r1vu2020l4ao
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Sustainable Consumption and Production From a Strategic Action Field Perspective

Abstract: This article analyzes the process of construction of public policies of sustainable production and consumption in Brazil after the country joined the Marrakesh Process in 2003. Based on the strategic action fields perspective, we analyze the emergence of this field, its characteristics and their status through the collective action of their main social actors, their actions, interests and disputes. Empirical material for analysis included plans developed during the period, minutes of the meeting, documents sub… Show more

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“…In the world of literature, there is a discussion about the limitations of the ability of ecosystems to maintain the current level of consumption and production in various types of sectors [1][2][3][4]. This discussion is part of the sustainable production concept.…”
Section: Introduction 1sustainable Productionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…In the world of literature, there is a discussion about the limitations of the ability of ecosystems to maintain the current level of consumption and production in various types of sectors [1][2][3][4]. This discussion is part of the sustainable production concept.…”
Section: Introduction 1sustainable Productionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Sustainable production is about developing various items that can use minimal resources, produce minimum waste and be safer for society at a reasonable cost. According to Hashim et al, the concept of sustainable production basically consists of three elements: (1) selecting the appropriate means of assessing the sustainability of production, (2) accurately identifying poor areas, and (3) adaptation to improve the sustainability of production [6]. Frameworks and approaches for sustainable development in relation to production are generally aimed at developing and implementing sustainable development strategies, sustainable business models, design and innovation capabilities, performance improvement and evaluation, and decision-making tools, etc.…”
Section: Introduction 1sustainable Productionmentioning
confidence: 99%