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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44692

Implementing environmental management systems and lifestyles: a systematic review

Joel Jersson Zavala Quispe, Carlos Humberto Fabián Falcón, Yrene Cecilia Uribe Hernández, Arístides Alfonso Tejada Arana

Abstract

This paper aims to determine the influence of environmental management systems on the lifestyle of the affected populations described and studied in academic and scientific publications. The specific objectives are to identify the variables and dimensions used in the research. The research was carried out using a systematic review methodology to identify the volume of publications. The following inclusion criteria will be taken into account: the period of analysis, from January 2017 to June 2022. The common aspect in the analyzed publications on the implementation of environmental management systems in Peru is to qualify this as adequate and responsible with its role of disseminating preventive and regulatory actions. It has not yet been established to what extent the quantity and quality of government policies on environmental management influence lifestyles. In this relationship, according to the selected publications, successful environmental management would be related to an impact on the lifestyles of the target population, since the implementation of environmental strategies generates an impact on the ecosystem of the locality where this environmental management plan is applied, therefore, this benefit positively influences the lifestyle of the person.

Keywords

environmental management; implementation of environmental management systems; lifestyles; application of environmental management methodologies; environmental policy.

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