Economia circular e comportamento de consumo sustentável para a recuperação verde




bibliometria, sustentabilidade, comportamento do consumidor, circularidade


Os desafios ambientais, como a falta de saneamento básico e a poluição ambiental, têm impacto na qualidade de vida das pessoas. A fim de promover o consumo sustentável para uma economia circular, o artigo tenta enfatizar a recuperação verde. Para tanto, realizou-se uma análise bibliométrica a partir de uma busca sistemática na base de dados Scopus. O objetivo da pesquisa foi destacar iniciativas de consumo sustentável para economia circular por meio da recuperação verde à luz dessa contextualização. Para incentivar a economia circular e um desenvolvimento mais sustentável, destaca-se a economia verde, além da necessidade de uma consciência ambiental e de consumo maior, gerando, assim, uma maior qualidade de vida.

Biografia do Autor

Marc François Richter, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)

Postdoctoral research at the Institut Pasteur in France, and a second one as CNPq visiting researcher at the Center of Biotechnology, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS). PhD in Biochemistry and Chemistry graduate from Albert-Ludwigs Universität Freiburg (Germany). Currently, he serves as adjunct professor at the State University of Rio Grande do Sul as adjunct professor. Since March 2018 he is teaching and acting in research and extension projects in the areas of Environmental Management and Biotechnology. He is also a member of the Council of the Technological Innovation Nucleus (NITUergs). In 2019 he started his activities as professor-supervisor in 2 professional Master's degrees: 1) Environment and Sustainability (PPGAS-Uergs); and 2) Food Science and Technology (PPGCTA-Uergs). Editor-in-chief of Blog REPENSE, which carries out dissemination and awareness of issues related to sustainability.

Andreia de Bem Machado, Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC)

Postdoctoral fellow at the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC). PhD in Engineering and Knowledge Management. Evaluator of the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (Ministry of Education in Brazil). She is an ad hoc evaluator of the National and International Journals. Evaluator in the PNLD Infantile Education program. Consultant in the production of low vision UNESCO teaching material. She has been working in the educational field for over 25 years. She is part of the scientific committee of national and international journals. Currently the areas of study are: innovation, innovation in the public sector, entrepreneurship, smart cities, education, special education and digital pedagogical model. She likes to innovate in the art of researching and disseminating knowledge.


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Como Citar

Richter, M. F., & Machado, A. de B. . (2024). Economia circular e comportamento de consumo sustentável para a recuperação verde. Multitemas, 28(70), 183–201.