Responsibility and Sustainability <p><strong>R&amp;S PUBLICA ARTÍCULOS EN ESPAÑOL, INGLÉS Y PORTUGUÉS</strong></p> <p><strong>R&amp;S PUBLISH ARTICLES IN ENGLISH, SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE<br /></strong></p> <p><strong>R&amp;S PUBLICA ARTIGOS EM ESPANHOL, INGLÊS E PORTUGUÊS<br /></strong></p> <p>Responsibility and Sustainability is a international scientific journal in on-line format publishing English/Spanish/Portuguese written original articles, theoretical developments and case reports in the fields of responsibility and/or sustainability. Relevant research notes, PhD reviews and book reviews are also welcome. The main objective of the publication is to foster the study of those topics related to the above fields from a multidisciplinary perspective and provide a forum for researchers and practitioners interested in examining these issues from practical and theoretical viewpoints. Establishing and sharing a common vocabulary to discuss on methods, procedures, results and experiences will improve the exchange of ideas among authors and readers of varied backgrounds.</p> IAPNM LATAM Chapter en-US Responsibility and Sustainability 2340-5813 Consumer value co-creation as a citizen through pro-circular behavior <p>The growing importance of environmentalism trends has led to a significant increase in eco-friendly attitudes and behaviors that demonstrate collective strength through individual decisions. Co-creation represents a fundamental component of this logic, since collaboration allows society in general to create opportunities and generate benefits. However, unsustainable practices continue to exist, and with it a great need for greater public awareness and participation in circular economy initiatives. Considering the growing interest in involving citizens in socio-environmental causes, and taking into account that there is still a long way to go, the purpose of this investigation is to understand the motivations of citizens for the adoption of pro-circular behaviors and the way they perceive the value created for themselves and for the community in which they are inserted. For data collection, a qualitative exploratory methodology was adopted, based on digital diaries written by 25 participants, for 7 days. The findings were diverse, including a mostly female profile with a high academic degree. People with the greatest social concern are the most environmentally committed, although they don’t always translate their commitment into daily behavior. This work presents its originality and contribution by using the diary technique to analyze the pro-circular behavior of the participants, with the aim of co-creating value for the society in which they are inserted.</p> Emmanuelle Brederode Joaquim Silva Helena Alves Copyright (c) 2023 Creative Commons License CC-BY-NC-ND 2023-01-12 2023-01-12 8 1 2 20 10.5281/zenodo.7527769 Education for sustainable development <p>The objective is to show the huge relevance that education has and its potential to train students, teachers, researchers, managers and directors, with respect to the alarming situation faced by our planet and the possible solutions that can be proposed to tackle this global problem. To do that, a search of international documents on Education for Sustainable Development from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the United Nations Organization (ONU) was carried out, along&nbsp; with some recent works about the complex linkages that occur between education and sustainable development. Regarding publications, the international documents on this field are dominant and have a positive character, although some works were found, which judge that the proposals may have some negative or incomplete aspects, and so offer other perspectives that go beyond the Sustainable Development Goals. The article seeks to contribute to the knowledge and reflection of the conditions that have led to global warming and habitat destruction, to the diverse resources that have been created to reverse these processes, and especially to raise awareness through education for sustainable development.</p> Ana Hirsch Adler Copyright (c) 2023 2023-01-13 2023-01-13 8 1 21 31 10.5281/zenodo.7532863 Ecoturism and promotion as a key to development of biosphere reserves <p>The paper presents the case study on the biosphere reserve and the role of ecotourism and promotion in their development. The biosphere reserves are presented as model territories based on the harmony of human and nature, and that is why the social and economic development in this areas has to be properly managed and in line with the principles of sustainable development. The case study on the examples of Slovak biosphere reserves explain the possible solutions of their further development based on the ecotourism and promotion of their uniqueness. It points out various effects of tourism that bring positive but also negative effects on the quality of the territory.The paper presents the partial outputs of project APVV-20-0108 Implementation of Agenda 2030 through biosphere reserves.</p> Katarína Vitálišová Mária Vavrušová Copyright (c) 2023 2023-01-13 2023-01-13 8 1 32 41 10.5281/zenodo.7544102 Visualizing the Scientific Landscape on Sustainable Consumption Research in Web of Science <p>Sustainable Consumption is a research field that has surged in popularity over the years, as the need, and demand, for more sustainable practices becomes apparent with time. To study the current state of sustainable consumption research, we conducted a bibliometric analysis with 2168 articles from the Web of Science Core Collection using VOSviewer software.</p> <p>Our findings suggest England is the most productive country regarding sustainable consumption research. The most popular keywords are those related to the field of “sustainability” such as “sustainable development” and “sustainable production”; and “consumption”, such as “consumer behavior” and “food”. The most cited article of the sample is “The sharing economy: Why people participate in collaborative consumption” by Hamari, J; Sjoklint, M; and Ukkonen, A (2016). The article from the sample most cited by other articles from the sample is “Sustainable Consumption: Green Consumer Behaviour when Purchasing Products” by Young, W; Hwang, K; McDonald, S; and Oates, CJ (2010). The most cited and productive source is “Journal of Cleaner Production”. The most productive institution with the most citations is the University of Leeds. Most of the institutions with the highest level of production in this field are from Europe. The author with the most citations is Hubacek, Klaus. The scientific article that shares the most references with other articles of the sample is “New Conceptions of Sufficient Home Size in High-Income Countries: Are We Approaching a Sustainable Consumption Transition?” by Cohen, MJ. The author most referenced by the authors of the sample is Ajzen, Icek.</p> Luis Camilo Ortigueira-Sánchez Santiago Luis Risco-Martínez Copyright (c) 2023 2023-01-16 2023-01-16 8 1 42 51 10.5281/zenodo.7539476 Starring role of SDG 10: reduce inequality within and among countries. A case study from Pakistan <p>In developing countries, many organizations have adopted the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”. This is the case of Pakistan, where Bisconni Company Pakistan was the first leading organization that focused on Sustainable Development Goal 10 “Reduce inequality within and among countries”. In 2019, Bisconni Company Pakistan decided to join hands with Bioniks to create a truly remarkable campaign titled “Complete Others”, to help children with disabilities through bionic arms. Our purpose is to analyze this campaign under the modality of a case study.</p> HINA YAQUB BHATTI M. MERCEDES GALAN-LADERO CLEMENTINA GALERA-CASQUET Copyright (c) 2023 Creative Commons License CC-BY-NC-ND 2023-01-25 2023-01-25 8 1 52 60 10.5281/zenodo.7569254 Editorial <p>Editorial</p> José Luis Vázquez Burguete Oscar Licandro Copyright (c) 2023 2023-01-12 2023-01-12 8 1 1 1 10.5281/zenodo.7527757