https://journalsdg.org/jlss/issue/feed Journal of Law and Sustainable Development 2023-01-18T16:47:09-03:00 Altieres de Oliveira Silva altibart@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p>The <strong> Journal of Law and Sustainable Development (as known as Campo Jurídico) </strong>serves as a dynamic forum for understanding and advancing the scientific consensus in the law field. Also, the sustainable development goals of the <strong>2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development</strong> are considered by the journal. This open access journal is edited by Publisher ALUMNI IN and also it is supported by <strong>Management Institute</strong> (Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland).</p> <p>The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are specific research areas that are helping solve real-world problems. They are part of a plan to end poverty, protect the planet, and improve the lives and prospects of everyone by 2030. The 15-year plan has 17 goals with 169 targets aimed at stimulating action in areas of critical importance to humanity and the environment.</p> <p>It is more indispensable and urgent than ever to achieve the 2030 global Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by United Nations and to re-build a more sustainable and inclusive socio-economic system for human societies on both the local and global scales. While all the human activities including businesses must deal with social challenges and problems we face today in a post-COVID-19 world, in order to ensure such human activities more accessible to all people, finance is one of the key factors in socio-economic system to work towards the SDGs.</p> <p><strong>Possible paper topics include but are not limited to:</strong></p> <p>Comparative law;</p> <p>International law;</p> <p>Human rights and law;</p> <p>Policy and theory of law;</p> <p>Environmental law;</p> <p>Education law;</p> <p>Social business;</p> <p>Social entrepreneurship;</p> <p>Green bonds;</p> <p>Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG);</p> <p>Socially Responsible Investing (SRI);</p> <p>Impact investing; impact evaluation, crowdfunding;</p> <p><strong>Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)</strong>; venture capital, business angels; information technology service (ITS); sustainable consumption and production; low carbon energy; climate change.</p> <p><strong>e-ISSN: 2317-4056 (Portuguese)</strong> and <strong><a href="https://portal.issn.org/resource/ISSN/2764-4170" target="_blank" rel="noopener">e-issn: 2764-4170 (version English)</a></strong>| Ano de criação: 2013 | Área do conhecimento: <strong>Law e áreas correlatas</strong>|</p> https://journalsdg.org/jlss/article/view/248 As Capacidades Dinâmicas das Cleantechs e a Ecoinovação no aproveitamento de Políticas Públicas Fiscais Verdes 2022-12-08T14:41:13-03:00 Matheus Eurico Soares de Noronha math.euriconoronha@icloud.com Juliano Barros Neves Martins juliano@abeeolica.org.br André Takeci Iamamoto andretakeci@gmail.com Priscilla Bidin da Silva pribidin@yahoo.com.br Rosemeire Silva rose.v.silva@hotmail.com <p><strong>Objective: </strong>This paper aims to present how Dynamic Capabilities can generate Eco-innovations to take advantage of Green Fiscal Public Policies in the context of Cleantechs.</p> <p><strong>Method:</strong> The methodological path taken included a multiple case study, in the context of 5 companies. The method approach was qualitative descriptive research with semi-structured interviews applied in the collection period from December (2021) to July (2022), including discourse analysis.</p> <p><strong>Results: </strong>The results demonstrate that Dynamic Capabilities are the preliminary basis for the development of Eco-innovations in Cleantechs. However, for these Eco-innovations to be able to exploit the social benefits of Green Fiscal Public Policies, it is fundamental that these Eco-innovations can generate green spillover effects (Green Spillovers), from economic benefits associated with the generation of jobs, reduction of impacts on the environment and infrastructure development.</p> <p><strong>Conclusions: </strong>The central contribution of the work demonstrates that dynamic capabilities provide innovative solutions balancing the stability of environmental, social, and economic resources in the process of taking advantage of green fiscal public policies, providing positive economic spillover effects to the economy such as increased quality of life, reduction of environmental impact, job creation and stimulus to the development of national infrastructure.</p> 2023-01-18T00:00:00-03:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Matheus, Juliano, André, Priscilla, Rosemeire Silva