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Approved proposals for final version submission and presentation

3 Quality Education (ODS 4) and Interdisciplinary in Business School
4 WICKED WEBS: BUSINESS PARTNER NETWORKS AND SILENCE
5 How Much Of Sustainability There Is On The Top Management Team? Evidence Of The Energy Sector
6 How Small and medium entrepreneurs innovation in incubator program can contribute to sustainable development goals
7 SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE AS A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE OF CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY
8 Renovatio: a case of social entrepreneurship in Brazil
10 Collaborative learning through an extension program: Building sustainable knowledge and challenges for undergraduate students
11 THE UNIVERSITIES AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: PROPOSAL FOR THE ADVANCE OF SUSTAINABILITY BY UTILIZING AN EVALUATION INSTRUMENT IN BRAZIL
12 The inclusion of people with complex communication needs in the industry using Augmentative and Alternative Communication
13 Holistic Education, Transformative Learning and Sustainability Mindset in a Business School: A Case Study of a Brazilian Jesuit University
15 Workshop: Mindfulness and Theory U for Sustainability Mindset
17 DEVELOPING A BIOLOGICAL FILTER (BioFiTCh) FROM COCONUT WASTE AND TREE PRUNING AS AN BIOLOGICAL STAGE OF THE LEACHATE TREATMENT
18 Theoretical contribution to the improvement of SDG Compass methodology
19 Eco labeling and Brand equity: systematic review and a future agenda for the theme
20 TEMPORARY OVERVIEW OF THE SUSTAINABILITY REPORT OF THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR, CONSIDERING THE 2016 LIST OF COMPANIES AND FUNDS NEGOTIATED ON BM & FBOVESPA.
21 ISIE – Integrated System for Improving Education
23 The Institutionalization of Environmental Management Education in São Paulo
24 MATERIAL COLLECTOR CART RECYCLED MOVED TO SOLAR ENERGY
25 MOTIVATIONS AND BARRIERS ON REVERSE LOGISTICS SOLID WASTE DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES
27 PRME TEN YEARS: A LITERATURE REVIEW ON RESPONSIBLE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION
29 Experiential education in business schools and their cultural differences
30 Assessment of soil erosion risk using GIS
31 Science theater as a tool for environmental education from kindergarten to college
33 Human Development and Sustainability
35 LIDERA – A SYSTEM TO SUPPORT THE EFFICIENT SEARCH OF SUSTAINABILITY IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION
37 Non-state actors and the diffusion of the Agenda 2030 in Brazil: an interpretive research on the local sense-making of and social engagement with global norms
38 Does classic literature increase the moral intensity? An experience of business ethics education among MBA students.
39 Application of whey protein concentrate in greek yogurts
40 Sustainable Recycling Bin: An innovative solution for aluminum recycling
41 Awareness-raising through political education and socioemotional skills: Social Technologies for young people towards sustainable development
42 Theme: Mindfulness, Theory U and Creativity: “How to educate socio-environmentally responsible leaders committed to 2030 Agenda?”
43 Sustainability in the Energy Sector: Scientific and technological mapping of magnesium batteries
44 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS? IMPLEMENTATION IN ENTERPRISES: CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT?S CONTRIBUTIONS IN BRAZIL
45 Green Roof: implantation study at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo
46 EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY: ANALYSIS OF PARANÁ HIGHER EDUCATION
47 THE GENERATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGIES AS A WAY TO PROMOTE THE INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR ENERGY IN BRAZIL
49 Research Driven Sustainability Learning For Business
50 The organizing in CCO perspective: why is this process view so important for Organization Studies and Sustainability?
51 Application of “Green Kaizen” to promote SDGs in order to have a responsible consumption and production.
53 FINANCIAL COOPERATIVE: PRACTICES SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
54 THE PRATICAL CASE OF SDGs CONTEXT APPLIED TO RESEARCH FOR BIO-SENSOR DEVELOPMENT.
56 Contributions of critical reflection to the development of sustainability mindset in management education
57 Millennium Development Goals: a bibliometric study with emphasis on Brazil’s main results
58 THE IMPORTANCE OF SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT FOR INNOVATION HABITATS
61 Construction of sustainable development indicators for the energy sector – the Brazilian case
62 The role of business administration schools in the formation of sustainable leaders ? Evidence from the state of Paraná
63 SDG Portal: A practical solution to monitor the progress of the Sustainable Development Goals in states and municipalities of Brazil.
64 Institutions of higher education as contributors in understanding the SDGs and their application in educational activities.
65 Facilitating shared understanding of business responsibility
66 THE OBJECTIVES OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (ODS) AND INDUSTRY 4.0
67 Organic food production in Brazil under the perspective of Short Food Supply chain
68 Education for Sustainability insertion in Universities: analyzing the contextual and cultural implications of different regions in Brazil
69 Association of Organic Farming Development (ADAO): Management Strategies and Governance Towards Economic, Social and Environmental Sustainability.
71 JELIN (Play Educational Game with Natural Interaction)
72 VALIDATION OF AN INSTRUMENT FOR ANALYSIS OF CRITICAL THINKING FOR SUSTAINABILITY IN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS FROM STATE UNIVERSITY OF LONDRINA
74 Factors that affect deforestation in Mato Grosso: an analysis for the years 2001-2010.
75 One field and different logics: the institutionalization of sustainability issues in the curriculum of three Brazilian post-graduation programs (stricto sensu) in Administration
76 Biotechnology-based Technology Companies and their Relational Capabilities
77 INSTITUTIONAL LOGIC AND SUSTAINABILITY: ANALYSIS OF THE ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT OF AN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION LOCATED IN THE STATE OF PARANÁ ? BRAZIL
78 Alignment of organizational competencies with the dimensions of the Triple Bottom Line
82 Mobilizing strategical actors to use Youtube and TV to present and implement the SDG.
83 Performance of Municipalities in the Northeast of Brazil on the Millennium Development Goals and its Associations with the Human Development Index
84 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) before the public and private schools of Florianópolis and its neighboring municipalities
85 Articulation of the State and university in the implementation of a public policy of solid urban waste: a contribution to the SDG
87 URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL PANORAMA
88 Responsible Management Education through Experiencial Learning in Teams: The Case of Assabi
90 PEDAGOGY OF SUSTAINABILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION OF BUSINESS SCHOOLS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION
91 Sustainability education in higher education: reflections from Curitiba specialization courses
93 The iniciatives of the UTFPR’ Solid Waste Commission on college student environmental awareness
95 Ecological Sanitation as a Territorialized Action for Universalization of ODS6 in Traditional communities
97 Sustainable Public Procurement: The Socio Environmental Stamp use in a campus of the University of São Paulo
98 The BRT revolution
99 Adressing non-technical demands in accounting careers: suggestions for faculty programs
100 The effect of gender diversity programs in brazilian companies
103 Entrepreneurship for social transformation: experience report of the Entrepreneurial Generation Award UFMS – From Ideas to Social Business for Mato Grosso do Sul
104 Linked Learning Using the SDGs: Student Understanding of Poverty and Ethics
106 Ozires Silva Award: Integrating innovation with sustainability
107 Proposal of a sustainable technological solution aiming responsible energy consumption
108 BARRIERS TO SUSTAINABILITY
110 Mining industry and SDGs: from global to local development
111 Territorialisation of ODS – articulating Civil Society and Academia with the public and business sectors
112 Longitudinal Study of GRI Indicators and Sustainable Human Resource Management in Brazilian Context
113 Environmental Perception of Public School Coordinators in Triangulo Mineiro Region, Brazil
114 Commercialization Flows of products to Wind energy production using Dynamic Social Network Analysis (DSNA).
115 CROSSCULTURAL NEGOTIATION & CONSENSUS-BUILDING STRATEGIES FOR FOREIGN INVESTMENT PROJECTS & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
117 The public responsability in digital and social inclusion ? a case study about Espaço Cidadão in the Govern of Parana, Brazil.
118 Poverty and Development: Evidences for Brazil
119 Aligning curricula and research to create impact on the advancement of the SDGs
120 Responsible Education: Migrant Health and Refugee
121 ASSESSMENT OF THE DEGREE OF OPTISM AND THE ASSIGNMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY TOWARDS THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGs)
122 Tariff policy as a tool for the universalization of sanitation
123 A management diagnosis that is promoting the improvement in management of institutions for people with disabilities
124 An Eco-Friendly Alternative to the Bunsen Burner: New Perspectives in Sustainable Science
125 Urban Accessibility in Curitiba: A Case Study
127 THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS AS ARTICULATORS IN THE TEACHING-LEARNING PROCESS AND IN THE SCIENTIFIC INITIATION
128 LEARNING WORKSHOPS AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS: SIGNIFICANT LEARNING ON HIGH SCHOOL
129 ENTREPRENEURSHIP, SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND PROMOTION OF THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDG?S)
131 OFFICES OF LEARNING, PARTNERSHIPS AND SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL INTERVENTION: A POSSIBILITY TO ADDRESS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN MIDDLE SCHOOL.
132 Who cares for value added statements (VAS)? A systematic literature review focused on usefulness
133 Creating sustainable communities ? Teaching SDGs through problem based learning
134 SDGs Giant Puzzle ? Education for Sustainability
135 Cartography and the SDGs – Collaborative mapping activities engaging from local to global student networks
136 Jobs in Brazil: Analysis of the situation of the Brazilian states based on the objectives of Sustainable Development of the UNO
137 EMBEDDING BUSINESS AND BIODIVERSITY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL AGENDA
138 The UTFPR Green Office as a case for integrating sustainable knowledge and practices
139 ANALYSIS OF ONE YEAR OF OPERATION OF THE GRID CONNECTED PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM OF UNICESUMAR
140 The optimization perspective of the sustainability problem
141 The 17 Objecitives of Sustainable Developmente in the Public Management of the Municipality of Birigui/SP
142 Sustainability indicators applied to neighbourhood scale
143 Practices for sustainable development in small and medium enterprises in Brazil
144 Child awareness on migration:educational accountability
145 ANALYSIS OF SUSTAINABLE ENGAGEMENT LEVEL OF STARTUPS IN A BRAZILIAN INCUBATOR
146 THE IMPACT OF THE BRAZILIAN MONETARY POLICY ON THE EBITDA OF THE COMPANIES AND THEIR CONSEQUENT INFLUENCE ON THE INVESTMENT OF THESE COMPANIES TO IMPLY SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
147 Multivariate Data Analysis Applied to Bibliometrics: an Example of Application in Environmental Training Literature Review
148 Entrepreneurial actions towards social inclusion, sustainable production and innovation: a case study
149 SUSTAINABILITY – NEW REALITIES ANALYSIS AND COMPARISON OF CONSTRUCTIVE SYSTEMS OF CONVENTIONAL MASONRY AND WOOD FRAME WITH ENEPHASE IN WASTE DISPOSAL
150 Transparency and effectiveness of oversight institutions of subnational governments: lessons from Brazil.
152 Why we don’t talk about that? The lack of discussion about corruption in Brazilian universities.
153 INTEGRATED REPORT: AN ANALYSIS OF THE RELEVANCE IN THE BUSINESS CONTEXT AND THE IMPORTANCE OF THEIR STAKEHOLDERS.
154 Is development really a scientific issue? Or are we just talking about narratives?
155 FROM THE OLD REPUBLIC TO THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF THE NILO HOUSING COMPLEX – CASE STUDY
157 The social efficiency of the Bolsa Família Program and the Sustainable Millennium Goals in Brazil
159 Economic Complexity and the Sustainable Development Goals: an analysis of efficiency through the DEA method
160 Integrated Public Policies: an analysis between sanitation and health in the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
161 Changing Strategy by Climate Change: An Inquiry on Biggest Oil & Gas Companies Reports
162 Brazilian public companies and their adherence to the Law of Responsibility of State Enterprises
163 Development through Women’s Empowerment – Tools for women’s advancement in business
164 Unsuccessful public procurement: why so many eletronic bidding does fail?
165 World frontiers and public policy: a systematic review and a future agenda toward a Sustainable Development
166 Green Innovation Performance, Ambidexterity and Absorptive Capacity
167 DEVELOPMENT OF ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN BUSINESS WITH SOCIAL IMPACT
168 what’s matter in a complex accountability system? a case of brazilian public higher education institutions
169 Effects of education on the prison system: a systematic literature review and agenda for future research
170 THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF THE PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE AND NATURAL SCIENCES IN A SEMIOTIC APPROACH, FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUTH AND ADULTS, WITH STUDENTS IN DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY
172 Human Rights and Interreligious Dialogue: “to know, to respect and cohabit”
173 A Basic Content Proposal on Sustainability for Management Undergraduate Courses
174 Corruption in international business: The role of Machiavellianism, on-the-job experience, and rationalization
175 The pain and pleasure of producing a SIP in a federal university business school
176 The localization of the millenium development goals at barro alto – Go; An approach from the theory of organized sociology theory