Correlation of Income Per-Capita, Secondary and Tertiary Education, and Environmental School Quantity to Achieve Clean Water Access in the Sustainable Development Goals
Purpose: Sustainable development is a new paradigm in the economic development literature as it integrates an approach comprising economic, environmental, and social factors. Its implementation aims to promote the citizens' quality of life, as highlighted in the Sustainable Development Goals agenda. One of them is an indicator to access clean water. This study empirically examines the extent to which the n income per capita, secondary education, tertiary education (Education; ST), and quantity of environment school (ESQ) related to access to clean water of the Indonesian across 22 provinces in the country over the 2010-2018 data. Design/Methodology/Approach: The research model is a panel multiple regression approach; the study documented a significant relationship between income level, tertiary education level, a quantity of environment school (ESQ), and indicators of access to clean water. Findings: These findings shed some light for the policymakers to design proper policies for achieving the citizens' quality of life by implementing the SDGs agenda so that the target of realizing "Zero Goals" was all Indonesian living by achieving sufficient access to clean water. Originality/Value: The study analyzes the implementation to promote the citizens' quality of life, as highlighted in the Sustainable Development Goals agenda. One of them is an indicator to access clean water.