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Relevant Stakeholders’ Perception on Sustainable Development in the Biofuel Production of the Philippines
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This study explores the perception of the ten relevant stakeholders about sustainable development using biofuel production in the Philippines as the test case. The results presented in this study imply that the biofuel production is perceived as a method towards the achievement of sustainable development. However, there are various considerations amongst stakeholders that focus within a dimension of sustainable development that is on economic development. This study also answers the priority concerns that keeps the full operation of biofuel production in the country, as well as it’s the economic issues on the production aspects.
Biofuel production is seen to be a breakthrough in the market as an agricultural product for the production of clean and renewable energy. However, the inadequate biofuel supply is perceived to be rooted in the lack of the production facilities that could produce enough biofuel given its constantly increasing demand. Though there is a shallow information network on biofuels, the interviewed agricultural producers concern towards sustainable development provides them the willingness to produce biofuels; however the absence of production facilities hinders them from doing so.
A well-established market and adequate production facilities of the biofuel, is believed to be a strong factor that will promote awareness and adoption of the biofuel production in the Philippines.
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