Sustainability metrics, methods, and production processes

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M. Cristina C. S. Benevides Bruno B. F. Costa Mayara Amario Assed N Haddad

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This research aims to conduct a literature review on the impact of sustainability metrics on industry methods and production processes, regarding environmental technical requirements, voluntary or not, under the consensus of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) or the respective governments. For this purpose, a gravity model is used, to avoid possible technical barriers to trade, or obstacles of a technical nature to trade, within the scope of the Technical Barriers Agreement of the World Trade Organization (WTO), aiming to meet the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development of the United Nations (UN). An action plan is sought to achieve a balance between economic, social, and environmental development, through a set of objectives and goals, specifically concerning Sustainable Development Goal - 9, which deals with industry, innovation, and infrastructure, improving the country's quality infrastructure and good regulatory practices.

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C. S. BENEVIDES, M. Cristina et al. Sustainability metrics, methods, and production processes. Boletim do Gerenciamento, [S.l.], v. 38, n. 38, out. 2023. ISSN 2595-6531. Disponível em: <https://nppg.org.br/revistas/boletimdogerenciamento/article/view/1041>. Acesso em: 01 mar. 2024.
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