Sustainability Research: A Grounded Theory Approach in the Field of Climate Change Outros Idiomas

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55891
Resumo:
A mudança climática é um problema global, complexo e incerto, pois é impulsionado pelo comportamento humano, e apresenta riscos no longo prazo para os sistemas naturais e humanos. Mudanças no comportamento humano, fl uxo de financiamento, instrumentos de política, e governança multinível são necessários para mitigar e gerenciar os principais riscos climáticos. Entender as dimensões sociais da mudança climática é, literalmente, um tema quente a ser estudado. A maior parte da literatura científica nessa área é focada em ‘hard science’. Diferentes métodos de construção de teoria são utilizados nas ciências sociais aplicadas. No entanto, o uso da abordagem da teoria fundamentada na pesquisa em sustentabilidade, especialmente ‘soft science’ na área de mudanças climáticas, é escasso. O objetivo desse artigo é discutir o uso do método teoria fundamentada em um campo de pesquisa emergente que combina governança e mudança climática. O artigo apresenta resultados substantivos de um quadro teórico emergente que explica o processo de governança de REDD+ no Brasil, um mecanismo de financiamento climático da Convenção-Quadro das Nações Unidas sobre Mudanças Climáticas (UNFCCC) focado na mitigação de emissões florestais em países em desenvolvimento. Ao invés de discutir sobre os melhores procedimentos e técnicas para construir uma teoria, que podem ser acessadas em várias publicações científicas, esse artigo apresenta um guia prático e discute as lições aprendidas para integrar o “Modelo Teórico de Governança em REDD+”. Acadêmicos e pós-graduandos são encorajados a testar e validar (ou não) o modelo teórico emergente nesse estudo.
Citação ABNT:
PINSKY, V.; KRUGLIANSKAS, I.; GOMES, C. M. Sustainability Research: A Grounded Theory Approach in the Field of Climate Change. Revista de Gestão Ambiental e Sustentabilidade, v. 8, n. 3, p. 468-488, 2019.
Citação APA:
Pinsky, V., Kruglianskas, I., & Gomes, C. M. (2019). Sustainability Research: A Grounded Theory Approach in the Field of Climate Change. Revista de Gestão Ambiental e Sustentabilidade, 8(3), 468-488.
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.5585/geas.v8i3.15766
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/55891/sustainability-research--a-grounded-theory-approach-in-the-field-of-climate-change/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Inglês
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