Life Style <p>The <strong>Journal of Lifestyle and SDGs Review</strong> (known as Lifestyle journal) is a scientific publication dedicated to examining the intersection between human lifestyle and the implementation of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The journal aims to provide a forum for the dissemination of research, analysis, and critical reviews that address the role of individual and collective behaviors in promoting global sustainability.</p> <p>The journal covers diverse areas related to sustainable lifestyle and its contribution to achieving the SDGs. Its scope includes, but is not limited to:</p> <ul> <li>Analysis of the impacts of consumption patterns and lifestyle behaviors on SDG targets.</li> <li>Reviews of public policies and strategies to promote the adoption of sustainable lifestyles.</li> <li>Studies on behavior change towards sustainability and its influence on the SDGs.</li> <li>Evaluation of sustainable production and consumption practices that contribute to the SDGs.</li> <li>Review of technologies and innovations with the potential to drive SDG progress.</li> <li>Analysis of challenges and opportunities to achieve social equity and justice in the context of the SDGs.</li> <li>Reviews of policies and actions to promote food security and sustainable agriculture.</li> <li>Studies on the influence of education and awareness in achieving the SDGs.</li> <li>Evaluation of approaches to promote health and well-being in sustainable societies.</li> <li>Reviews of strategies for biodiversity conservation and ecosystem preservation in relation to the SDGs.</li> </ul> <p><strong>Suggested Themes:</strong></p> <ul> <li>"The Impact of Urban Mobility Patterns on SDGs for Energy and Infrastructure."</li> <li>"Approaches to Promote Gender Equality within the Context of the SDGs."</li> <li>"Assessing the Role of Dietary Habits in SDG 2 (Zero Hunger) Sustainability."</li> <li>"Engaging Civil Society Strategies to Drive Local and Global SDGs."</li> <li>"The Role of Business Leaders in Promoting Sustainable Practices and the SDGs."</li> <li>"Emerging Technologies and Their Impact on SDGs for Innovation and Infrastructure."</li> <li>"Mitigating Overconsumption and Its Effects on the SDGs."</li> <li>"Community Initiatives and Their Contribution to SDGs for Sustainable Cities."</li> <li>"The Role of Environmental Education in Achieving SDGs for Quality Education."</li> </ul> <p>The Journal of Lifestyle and SDGs Review aims to foster critical understanding and advance knowledge to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, encouraging the adoption of sustainable lifestyles and responsible actions for a more prosperous and equitable future for all.</p> Editora Unaspress en-US Life Style 2237-3756 Memory and Emotion in Obituaries of the Adventist Magazine in the Context of the Covid-19 Pandemic <p><strong>Purpose: </strong>This work seeks to describe how the Covid-19 pandemic was present in the funeral narratives published by <em>Revista Adventista</em> (a centenary periodical of national circulation) during the health crisis, influencing the constitution of these memories.</p> <p><strong>Method: </strong>The study was developed from the documentary analysis of the death notes published in the Memory section, a space traditionally dedicated to obituaries. Only the death notices that mentioned Covid-19 as the cause of death were selected. Therefore, of the 376 published in the period from June 2020 to September 2021, 124 met this criterion.</p> <p><strong>Results:</strong> It was possible to perceive that the health crisis contributed to the expansion of the tradition of publishing obituaries. In addition to increasing the number of pages reserved for death notes, the magazine created an online memorial dedicated exclusively to the memory of the victims of the pandemic. This allowed the bereaved families to pay their respects and record the memories of their loved ones in a context of denial of the right to mourning, restrictions on funeral rites and quick burials.</p> <p><strong>Conclusion:</strong> The pandemic scenario seems to have influenced the constitution of the memories themselves, considering the fact that some of these obituary narratives highlighted the positive attitudes of these people despite the chaotic scenario. In addition, the publication of the death notices of the victims of the pandemic also seems to have taken on the meaning of recording what the health crisis itself was and its impact on Adventism.</p> Marcio Adriano Tonete Marcelino Allan Macedo de Novaes Copyright (c) 2023 Marcio Adriano Tonete Marcelino, Allan Macedo de Novaes 2023-08-07 2023-08-07 10 e01549 e01549 10.19141/ Circular Economy, Supply Chain Management, and Commodities: Research Agenda in the Sustainable Context <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> The research addresses the implementation of the circular economy in the sustainable supply chain, made possible through commodities in the sustainable context. The article seeks higher levels of sustainability, given the strong mobilization of society for products with better environmental performance.</p> <p><strong>Method:</strong> Although many studies address the concepts separately, few studies advance in the integrated view of the functioning of the supply chain of circular products. The systematic literature review sought to relate the integration of the concepts by identifying key aspects of stakeholders, processes and tools, which can be synchronized to assist organizations in implementing the circular environment in supply chain operations and generate sustainability gains.</p> <p><strong>Results:</strong> The evolution of the supply chain as a result of producers' competition needs, aiming at market improvements and cost reduction, the value generation along the chain is very focused on delivering specificity to the customer. Therefore, the supply chain is sustainable because it needs to perform well in traditional financial measures, including that when it comes to sustainability in the supply chain this can be formed by three dimensions: social, environmental and economic.</p> <p><strong>Conclusion:</strong> The work opens the way for future research and practical applications, considering the need for systemic operation of technologies that promote joint action and cooperation environment between organizations, which favor sustainability gains.</p> Daiane Johann Ruan Carlos dos Santos Alessandra Yula Tutida Copyright (c) 2023 Daiane Johann, Ruan Carlos dos Santos, Alessandra Yula Tutida 2023-07-24 2023-07-24 10 e01560 e01560 10.19141/ Mapping Sustainable Development Goals Research in Social Sciences: A Bibliometric Analysis <p><strong>Objective:</strong> This study aims to conduct a bibliometric analysis to track the evolution of research on sustainable development goals in the social sciences field. The main objective is to understand how this research has evolved over time and the underlying intellectual structure guiding the studies.</p> <p><strong>Method:</strong> The research utilizes bibliometric analysis, examining citations, author networks, and keyword recurrence in the relevant literature. This approach allows for mapping the development of the scientific field related to sustainable development goals and identifying influential authors, their affiliations, and research collaborations.</p> <p><strong>Results:</strong> The bibliometric analysis revealed seven distinct research clusters in the field of sustainable development goals within applied social sciences. Particularly noteworthy was a significant cluster focused on exploring the interrelation among the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), highlighting the interest in understanding their interactions and complementarity.</p> <p><strong>Conclusions:</strong> The bibliometric analysis provided valuable insights into the evolving trends and themes in sustainable development goal research within the social sciences. The identification of seven clusters and the emphasis on the interplay of the SDGs underscore the relevance and complexity of this research area. These findings have important implications for researchers, policymakers, and practitioners working on implementing sustainable development goals. Understanding the intellectual structure and influential authors in this field can enhance the effectiveness of future research efforts. Additionally, fostering collaboration among institutions and researchers can further advance knowledge and generate innovative solutions to address the challenges of sustainable development.</p> Anderson Antônio Lima Thiago de Luca Santana Ribeiro Copyright (c) 2023 Anderson Antônio Lima, Thiago de Luca Santana Ribeiro 2023-07-24 2023-07-24 10 e01562 e01562 10.19141/ The Perception of Brazilians on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Low-Carbon Economy <p><strong>Objective:</strong> The objective of this study is to analyze the significance of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the context of the Low Carbon Economy (LCE) through a quantitative and descriptive approach. The research aims to identify and understand the relationships between the 17 SDGs and their impact on the promotion of sustainable development, particularly in mitigating climate change-related issues.</p> <p><strong>Method:</strong> The research employed a quantitative and descriptive methodology, utilizing a survey conducted in the state of Rio Grande do Sul (RS), Brazil. The survey was designed to gather data from respondents representing civil society, government, and companies in the region. Participants were asked to evaluate the importance and influence of each of the 17 SDGs on the Low Carbon Economy.</p> <p><strong>Results:</strong> The research findings reveal substantial relationships between the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Low Carbon Economy (LCE), as perceived by the respondents. The results indicate that all SDGs play a significant role in influencing the LCE. These findings emphasize the interconnectedness of sustainable development goals and their potential to drive the transition to a Low Carbon Economy.</p> <p><strong>Conclusions:</strong> The study highlights the crucial role of Sustainable Development Goals in promoting a Low Carbon Economy. By fostering the use of renewable energy sources and sustainable practices, the LCE offers a solution to reduce environmental damage and work towards achieving sustainable development. </p> Rossana Parizotto Ribeiro Ana Lígia Gil Espuny Andrea Burmeister Morais Hermes Elaine Marisa Andriolli Copyright (c) 2023 Rossana Parizotto Ribeiro, Ana Lígia Gil Espuny, Andrea Burmeister Morais Hermes, Elaine Marisa Andriolli 2023-07-26 2023-07-26 10 e01563 e01563 10.19141/ Enhancing Sustainability: Leveraging ESG Indicators to Evaluate Corporate Social Responsibility Policies in the Agribusiness Sector <p><strong>Objective:</strong> analyze the social responsibility actions of large agribusiness companies in Brazil to understand how they are dealing with sustainability issues.</p> <p><strong>Method:</strong> this research is classified as documentary and exploratory with a qualitative approach, using the content analysis technique for data processing.</p> <p><strong>Main results:</strong> results analyze and compare policies aimed at managing the environment, animal welfare, social management and corporate governance at JBS, Raízen Energia, Cosan, Ambev, and Marfrig Global Foods.</p> <p><strong>Relevance/originality:</strong> the study is unprecedented and presents an analysis of sustainability policies in one of the most relevant segments for the Brazilian economy.</p> <p><strong>Theoretical/methodological contributions:</strong> the study contributes to discussions on sustainable policies developed by large agribusiness companies in Brazil, interpreting the way they are put into practice and how companies benefit from it.</p> Maria Eduarda Boraschi Machado Diego de Melo Conti Juan Arturo Castañeda Ayarza Candido Ferreira da Silva Filho Copyright (c) 2023 Maria Eduarda Boraschi Machado , Diego de Melo Conti, Juan Arturo Castañeda Ayarza, Candido Ferreira da Silva Filho 2023-07-26 2023-07-26 10 e01564 e01564 10.19141/ Certifications in Consumer Chain: The Consumerist Attitude and Sustainability <p><strong>Objective: </strong>The objective of this work is to identify how point of sale professionals get information about the certificate. Specifically, check how these professionals convey information about the certificate at the time of sale.</p> <p><strong> </strong><strong>Method: </strong>The methodological procedure involved a qualitative research with 35 sellers from retail stores in the regions of Praia Grande, São Paulo and Guarulhos. As an analysis technique, Content Analysis was applied, articulating the transcripts made based on a research script, as a collection instrument.</p> <p><strong> </strong><strong>Results: </strong>The results demonstrate that sellers recognize different certificates in the market, however, they do not have in-depth knowledge of their technical specifications. Sellers are aware that there are different seals and their possible functions, such as declaring that a product is environmentally degraded or not, uses sustainable inputs, is more energy efficient or uses a lot of water.</p> <p><strong> </strong><strong>Conclusion: </strong>The work demonstrates that the consumerist attitude from the instruction of energy efficiency certificates can corroborate with the fulfillment of sustainable development objectives, with emphasis on objective 7 of access to clean and renewable energy, promoting efficiency and stimulating production chains, ensuring consumption with a lower environmental impact and discouraging the use of products that require more energy.</p> Matheus Eurico Soares de Noronha Rosemeire Silva Fábio Mariano Borges Copyright (c) 2023 Matheus Eurico Soares de Noronha, Rosemeire Silva, Fábio Mariano Borges 2023-08-03 2023-08-03 10 e01667 e01667 10.19141/ Disaster Rights: Public and Private Responsibility in Safeguarding Human Rights during Environmental Disasters <p><strong>Objective:</strong> This research aims to examine the construction of Disaster Law, focusing on the allocation of responsibility to private entities and its correlation with Human Rights, Business Law, and Environmental Law spheres. The study intends to clarify the emerging inclusion of human rights, business law, and environmental law as indispensable aspects within the realm of Disaster Law.</p> <p><strong>Method:</strong> The research adopts a dialectical method, employing bibliographic and normative analysis to elucidate the integration of human rights, business law, and environmental law as essential components in Disaster Law. Existing documents from international agencies and programs that encompass the legal aspects of environmental disasters will be examined and analyzed to achieve the research objectives.</p> <p><strong>Results:</strong> The analysis will shed light on the premises of Disaster Law in alignment with environmental rights and human rights. The research seeks to initiate discussions on the development of a comprehensive legal framework for disasters, encompassing responsibilities of both public and private entities, with the aim of safeguarding inherent human rights.</p> <p><strong>Conclusions:</strong> The urgent need for discussions on the establishment of Disaster Law, holding both public and private entities accountable, and ensuring the protection of human rights justifies the significance of this research. By exploring the interconnections between Disaster Law, Human Rights, Business Law, and Environmental Law, this study contributes to the construction of a comprehensive legal framework that addresses the challenges posed by environmental disasters.</p> Flávia Jeane Ferrari Viviane Coêlho de Séllos-Knoerr Antonio Evangelista de Souza Netto Copyright (c) 2023 2023-04-10 2023-04-10 10 e01551 e01551 10.19141/ Journal of Lifestyle and Sdg’s Review Adopts Transparency Seals for Open Science Promotion <p>The Journal of Lifestyle and SDG Review takes a significant step towards fostering open science by adopting Transparency Seals. As part of this initiative, authors are now required to deposit raw research data in the Open Science Brazil platform. This decision aligns with the Center for Open Science's principles, promoting transparency, integrity, and collaboration in scientific research. Open Science Brazil serves as a repository for accessible and replicable data, enhancing research credibility and supporting sustainable development goals. The journal offers three badges to commend open science practices: Open Data, Open Methods, and Preregistered Badges.</p> Altieres de Oliveira Silva Diego dos Santos Janes Copyright (c) 2023 2023-07-25 2023-07-25 10 e01565 e01565 10.19141/