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Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK), Member of Leibniz Association, P.O. Economics students and students who have directly experienced the economic impact of the pandemic are found to give greater value to economic outcomes. We analyze how trade-offs and synergies between the goals have developed between 2010 and 2018. Most importantly, we provide the first analysis of future interactions for projected SDG trends until 2030. The most significant added value to the literature of our study is therefore that it fills a gap by being the first analysis to use SDG trends to calculate projected SDG interactions in the future. We use correlation coefficient (rho value) ± 0.5 as the threshold to define synergy and trade-off between an indicator pair. And, how does the communication of this trade-off affect individual preferences? Self-isolation, social distancing and other precautionary individual behaviors are extremely difficult to impose without people’s willingness to cooperate. The last chart we are looking shows examples of the pin bar pattern. Therefore, this study examines whether countries are currently good enough at dealing with these interlinkages based on extrapolated developments in the recent past in relation to the level needed for SDG achievement by 2030: How have interactions within and between the 17 SDGs across countries evolved over time?
In a second analysis (section “Interactions between SDGs”), we then examine the existence of a significant positive and negative correlations in the SDG performance across countries. We design four treatments where the trade-off is communicated using different combinations of a positive framing that focuses on protective strategies and a negative framing which refers to potential costs. Moreover, irrespective of the framing, we find a large heterogeneity in students’ preferences over the Olymp trade commission (see)-off. We focus on a key aspect of Covid-19 related measures: the inherent health-economy trade-off that they have to deal with. In this paper, we investigate how the framing of the communication of Covid-19 related issues to the public affects individual preferences and, ultimately, their intention to adhere to precautionary behaviors. The Covid-19 health emergency prompted governments around the World to adopt unprecedented measures in order to control the spread of the infection. These measures involved the curtailment of basic individual freedoms, which ranged from the total lock-down of economic and social activities to the adoption of precautionary behaviors such as the wearing of masks and the maintaining of interpersonal distance. Importantly, this triggers a higher level of intention to adhere to social distancing and precautionary behaviors.
Scherer et al. (2018) Trade-offs between social and environmental Sustainable Development Goals. 2018) Mapping synergies and trade-offs between energy and the sustainable development goals. Interactions can be classified as synergies (i.e. progress in one goal favors progress in another) or trade-offs (i.e. progress in one goal hinders progress in another). Pradhan P, Costa L, Rybski D, Lucht W, Kropp JP (2017) A systematic study of sustainable development goal (SDG) interactions. We examine synergies and trade-offs to the results of a Spearman correlation analysis across all the SDG indicators, accounting for all countries, and the entire time-frame between 2010 and 2018. We thereby analyze in the main analytical section (section “Interactions between SDGs”) up to 136 SDG pairs per year for 9 consecutive years minus 69 missing cases due to data gaps, resulting in a total of 1155 SDG interactions under study. In a first analysis (section “Interactions within SDGs”), we examine interactions within each goal since every SDG is made up of a number of targets that are measured by various indicators. In order to avoid discussions associated with the aggregation of the goals into a single number (Diaz-Sarachaga et al., 2018), we do not use the aggregated SDG Index score in this paper but only scores for the separate goals.