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Sustainable Society

To construct the sustainable society, one becomes necessary to define common intentions, on which the rules of the certain direction of individual or collective actions, of any level, are based on the ethics, justice and the equity. Who constructs this society is small actions of each citizen, reflected in popular movements, lead for visionary leaders. Durant portraies which perfectly is the small actions that construct a civilization: The civilization is a river with edges. To the times the river is full of blood that comes of the people who are if killing, stealing, crying out and making things that the historians costumam to register. Meanwhile, in the edges, without being noticed, people construct houses, make love, create children, sing songs, write poetries and until they sculpture statues. The history of the civilization is history of what it happened in the edges of the rivers.

To the measure that a society if establishes on the social, economic equality and politics and on resources you renewed and you recycle, more support produces. In certain measure, it can until using sources you did not renew, but, if making, that it is in rational way without harming the future generations. Of this form, to be sustainable, any enterprise human being must be ecologically correct, viable, economically socially just and culturally accepted. An example clearly of sustainable society is the style of aboriginal life, that if bases solely on sources renewed of energy, basically the photosyntheses. These communities do not use fsseis fuels, and the firewood is used in sustainable way. Visible destruction of the environment does not occur, therefore it adaptam. Group lives in idyllic way for the sustenance it, highly structuralized by means of the abundance of fruits, hunts and fishes. Straw habitations of and wood live in coarse that are displayed to the time. They do not have idea of property nor social desires of distinctions and vanities.

Collections Project

Brazil evolves in the index of steel recycling for drinks (78% for 88%),1 latinha weighs 14,5 grams. 67 latinhas corresponds the 1 kg Each 1,000 kg corresponds the 5,000 kg of rude ore (bauxite) saved. Source: Brazil possesss one of the 3 bigger bauxite reserves of the world, to recycle aluminum is expenses only 5% of the energy used in the extration, that is, a economy enough to keep illuminated 48 residences. In Brazil inhabitants are consumed 51 cans//year. In U.S.A.

375 cans/inhabitants/year, an aluminum can delay 100 years more than to putrefy themselves in natureza.2.5. Implantation of logistic reversa: 1 – Adequacy of Mix de the Produtos.2- Project for Logistic Reversa packings. 3 – Industrial processes, strategy organizacional.4- Competitiveness and Enterprise Responsibility. 5 – Specific functions, Analysis of the Cycle of Life. 6 – Project of the Reversa.7- Net Levels of Integrao.8- Collections, Consolidation, Mercados and Informaes.9- Partnerships Terceirizaes.10- Project of the Fiscais.10-Classification Aspects of the Propriedades.2.6. Categories of Produced Goods: Milk (2003) classifies the products in three different classrooms, a time that different products possess different times of discardings, where some products can last hours while others can last decades, being they: 1.

Dismissable goods: They are those that present useful life of weeks rare six months (Former: ice cream); 2. Durable goods: They are goods that present useful life varying of some years to some decades. They constitute good for satisfaction of the social necessity and include the industrial goods in general. The automobiles, the household-electric ones are part of this category; 3. Semidurable goods: they are good that presents useful life of some months, rare superior to some years. They are of a category intermediate that assumes characteristics of durable or dismissable to the measure that reverses (Former enter in the canals: batteries of cellular, computers and etc.). We can also classify product reverse in categories according to type of return which it is subject, in agreement one if follows: 1.

Economic Theory

To reach objectives, the players pass for a process decomunicao intra and intergrupal, where he is demanded of all usarhabilidades as: 1. To hear, to process, to understand and to repass information; 2. To give and to receive feedback from form accomplish; 3. To disagree with courtesy, being respected the opinion of the others; 4. To adopt cooperation positions; 5.

To yield space for the colleagues; 6. To move of opinion; To treat conflitivas ideas with flexibility and neutrality. The use of games of companies if became each more present time American nasuniversidades in 1963, a study of the University of the Texasmostrou that the majority of the schools dedicated 40% of the time of the course dePoltica business-oriented to the case studies, 30% to readings and 20% to the osjogos of companies. Had to the positive results, its use extended others to it areas, arriving at Brazil with total force in the decade of 1980. The primeirosjogos that had appeared in Brazil had been translated, and the eramimportados models. Currently, already teams of professional econsultores exist developing simulator that they portray with fidedignidade Brazilian enterprise situations asprincipais. Objectives of the Games of Companies 1.

Training: to develop in the participants the ability of tomardecises through the exercise and experiences in a simulated environment, toparecido how much possible to the environment in which the same ones will have that serrealmente played; 2. Didactic: to transmit specific knowledge (knowledge, techniques and instruments) of the field of practical and experimental the Business administration of ummodo; 3. Research: using the scene propitiated for the game of companies comoum laboratory stops: to discover solutions for enterprise problems; to clarify and to test aspects of the Economic Theory; to search aspects dTeoria of the Administration and to investigate the egrupal individual behavior in conditions of taking of decisions under time pressure eincerteza; 4. Practical that they stimulate performance increases; 5.