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Non-linear interlinkages and key objectives amongst the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals

  title={Non-linear interlinkages and key objectives amongst the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals},
  author={Felix Laumann and Julius von K{\"u}gelgen and Mauricio Barahona},
  journal={arXiv: Econometrics},
The United Nations' ambitions to combat climate change and prosper human development are manifested in the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), respectively. These are inherently inter-linked as progress towards some of these objectives may accelerate or hinder progress towards others. We investigate how these two agendas influence each other by defining networks of 18 nodes, consisting of the 17 SDGs and climate change, for various groupings of countries. We compute a… 

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