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The several targets are general objectives that cannot be adequately measured, as they do not specify actual values, which would permit them to be compared with future data. They are ambiguous and their success or failure will have to be judged subjectively by the 2030 assembly. Despite this problem, they can still be contextualized using various characteristics. Target 7.1 states that universal access to affordable, reliable, and modern energy services will be established by 2030. If universal is considered to be the totality of individuals, a strong estimate of this state will be possible. Current statistics of the world’s population possessing electricity, for example, exist, which indicates this capability of measuring human’s specific power consumption. ADDIN EN.CITE Gronewold20094[1]4412Nathanial Gronewold2009Scientific American[1] Target 7.2 possesses the same issue as 7.1 as it does not supply values. 7.2 employs the word “substantially” to indicate its intent remaining indeed vague and immeasurable. Target 7.3 is the only one providing a mean to compare its progress, as the double of the current value is desired. Finally, target 7.a and 7.b again state unquantifiable goals. Their objective is to “enhance” and “expand”, respectively, access to clean energy research and the infrastructures providing all sustainable energy services. These terms cover a wide range of
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