Linkages between the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have sparked research interest because a better understanding of SDG co-benefits may enable faster progress on multiple sustainability fronts. However, SDG linkages are typically analyzed without considering the technologies used to implement a primary SDG, which may have secondary effects on other SDGs. Here, we outline an approach to study this problem by connecting the industries and services required to produce a technology to the United Nations SDG indicator frame- work, using SDG7 and four energy technologies as an illustrative case.
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Aug 30, 2023
KLEMUN, Magdalena, 2023, "Technology indicator linkages",, DataSpace@HKUST, V1, UNF:6:pSU97IHfUml7aZqfqwXOaw== [fileUNF]
Data file with main results of a paper (see below) and instructions for replicating the results, accompanying a yet-to-be published methods paper. Klemun, M.M., Ojanperä, S. and Schweikert, A., 2023. Toward evaluating the effect of technology choices on linkages between sustainab...
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