Integrating Environmental Resilience-Based Spatial Utilization for Eco-Industrial Park: Sustainable Industrial Development
This research aims to identify the factors influencing Sustainable Industrial Development in developing the Eco-Industrial Park (EIP) Model in Industrial Areas. This research will produce a deeper understanding of the complex dynamics between these factors and how they influence each other in creating a sustainable industrial environment. The research was conducted in the Selayar industrial area in the Selayar Islands Regency of South Sulawesi Province, focusing on various aspects, including activity systems, spatial resource allocation, land use change, environmental resilience, and sustainable industrial development. Data collection involved distributing questionnaires to 352 respondents, with 214 questionnaires meeting the criteria for analysis. The demographic profile of the participants exhibited diversity in terms of gender, age, education level, and income level, contributing to a comprehensive cross-section of individuals. The variables were measured using multiple-item scales on a five-point Likert scale, ranging from 'strongly disagree' to 'strongly agree.' Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with AMOS software was employed for data analysis, encompassing parameter estimation, model testing, and interpretation of findings. Integrating green technology into sustainable industrial practices strengthens its positive impact on environmental resilience. These findings depict the intricate interplay between environmental resilience, various factors, and sustainability goals, serving as a solid foundation for focused strategic planning aligned with sustainability objectives. To sharpen this strategy, greater attention to eco-friendly technology innovation, cross-sector collaboration, more detailed performance measurement, and active stakeholder engagement can enhance the positive contribution to environmental resilience and establish a robust foundation for a sustainable future.
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