Xiaoxi Guo Ph.D candidate, Environment, Development and Sustainability, Graduate School, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Phayathai Rd., Wangmai, Pathumwan, Bangkok, 10330, Thailand
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Sponge communities, government interventions, and stakeholder participation are critical for achieving global economic and environmental development because they represent a unique intersection of local knowledge, policy-making, and collaborative action that can help balance competing demands for economic growth and environmental protection in a way that benefits both people and the planet. As a result, the study's goal is to evaluate the impact of community and stakeholder participation on long-term economic and environmental growth and the moderating role of regulatory interventions. Using questionnaires, the study collected data from relevant communities. The smart PLS was also employed to assess the data in the study. According to the study's findings, stakeholder and community participation has a good impact on sustainable development and the role of the government in providing support through policies and regulations. The research sheds light on mobilizing sustainable economic and environmental development via sponge communities. The study focuses on the difficulties and solutions sponge communities face, with implications for policymakers and others involved in implementing sustainable development projects.

Keywords:Sustainable economic development, sustainable environmental development, stakeholder participation, sponge communities, community participation, government intervention.