nomic freedom over the last 10 years and the small business heroes at the epicentre of such races to freedoms - this is a future capitalism curriculum I would love to celebrate and value as integral to every youth's freedom of speech and education
chile was a leading example accompanied by Zambia and slovakia -and a fascinating case of a north korean expatriate who escaped to south korea and whose venture capitalism bank is investing in his expatriates in south korea with the hope that when north korea falls they will have enough capital and knowhow to quickly train up their peoples
please tell me ((or all of us) if you feel we could collaborate in do the following
)1 could you in chile start a blog freechile where you list the favorite cases of bernardos or other youth entrepreneur curriculum - you dont need to tell the full story but in which sectors has a small business leader committed to a unique purpose which made the whole sector better for society- please include the case featured was a bey keeper -apparently and I still dont know how to analyse this up to a third of all plants depend on cross-fertilisation by bees - so healthy bees are a way to ensure local food security - what youth need and nobel peace laureates to know is that there is a space for connecting every case that is the opposite pf to-d-down mba cases - part 2 of the bees case gets more virally wonderful in recent years big foods industry started destroying bees so this chilean bee-keeper has also become a world leader in breeding queen bees- apparently these he is allowed to export to Europe but not to the macro-agri-monooplistic USA- incidentally according to the canadians who keep a worldwide monitor, USA has fallen faster than any country in economic freedom since 2008 which shows exactly why youth will need to turn the tide by atlanta 2015 if american youth are to be free to collaborate with worldwide net generation's greatest purposes for humanity
2 if we could start with say 5 cases that chile has freedom benchmarks to share with youth around the world, we could try and start up a series of blogs edited mainly by youth in countries (or regions) whose economic freedom has advanced most since 2000- and this series of blogs under the free<nation> name could become one of the most valuable commons resources in the whole future of open education of hi-trust entrepreneurship
3 urgent twin jobs capitals diaries; may I note the following diary of attempts to help america youth free economies-
3.1 in 4 days time the first ever totally new curriculum on coursera appears edited put of a university in connecticut - http://coursera.com/course/changetheworld - its cases are claimed all to come from last september's un and mashable social good conference in new york; what would be real cool is if in the discussions section of this course we can swarm free-nation bloggers through a post cataloguing where these youth journalists of job-creation are co-editing from - what other swarms are needed to- for example is one member of every conscious capitalism chapter registered for this course and ready to communally linkin through one discussion post- if not how can it seriously claim to be a youth economic collaboration network?
3.2 in 15 days time the second annual term of collaboration students across 5 states bordering dc begins with a discussion of how can such youth free conscious capitalism and vice versa - ask king or sylvia for more details
3.3 towards entrepreneurial revolution's dream curriculum of open jobs creating education - free nation blogs would syndicate a common sidebar with next events where youth can co-create and openly franchise the sorts of cases pbs celebrated last night
3.4 back to chile- getting a few photographs on the home of world class queen bee production can fit a roving youth gallery of the natures wonders and horrors - as many of you know clara's worldwide campaigns to value plastic properly include opportunities for youth to share the most horrific plastic waste photos choking waterways etc - the american tv age was all about using photography to image over communities most urgent sustainability challenges- its time photographers and youth for humanity pictorially struck back- we are hoping mostofa will soon have some good news on this as yunus official photographers of the last 30 yeras shares his ideas on ways to connect this- mostofa will also be visiting the world's largest single situated school and can find out if photographers for humanity is one of their student networks (it is interesting to note how moocs and khan academies dont yet use the world's most telling photos in helping students action learn- coursera will be dead in the water unless it does find such a way to include open 24/7 content and not just content that appears once a year and asks you not to collaboratively multiply knowhow around it (dear me john doerr -you really dont get the web's most economic multipliers do you- quite a pity since my father's earliest survey on silicon valley celebrated networks around you including what was then the coming of sun microsystems and java)
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in 2005 yunus was invited by French corporations (Danone, Credit Agricole, and university HEC subsequently joined by Veolia and Schneider) to co-brand grameen globally with the world's most pursposeful corporations. This has had mixed results to date. Very good around John Mackey's Conscious Capitalism corporate brand leaders; fair french and japan corporate brand leaders ; -rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org if you spot other promising global grameen co-brand leaders
In 2010 over 100 historically black universities invited to co-brand his own name with student socialsolutions that the whole state education systmed could colaboratively celebrate. This together with transformations to education value chain - eg MOOCS- is arguably the greatest pro-youth economics gamechanger of the intenet age to date…
e Economist diarised the curriculum of youth economics and sustainability's exponential crisis of whether the first net generation would be empowered to collaborate around millennium goals- a question raised in our 1984 future history of net generation)
While dad died in 2010, ER 5 year plan to 2018 is the most critical to sustaining global village youth everywhere. Dad's last project began with Muhammad Yunus in 2007 and has involved me in 20 interviews of Dr Yunus including 10 in Bangladesh. We have hosted various birthday wish parties around Dr Yunus including one in Dhaka that reconnected Grameen and BRAC; and one in Glasgow University where Adam Smith Scholars and Yunus celebrated the first 250 yeras of the curriculum of Moral Sentiments
I am trying to research the various youth summits, open education platforms and citizen chapters (eg conscious capitalism and women4empowerment) that could converge around the Future Capitalism of Youth
I briefly talked to Mr Alhendawi at the World Bank youth summit -and understand the next in this series will be co-hosted with UN in New York. Our Foundation helped as a minor sponsor of the opening event in Atlanta's Nov 2015 goals to show that youth jobs summits can be more impactful than the Olympics. 12 Nobel Laureates, the families of Yunus, Ted Turner, Jimmy Carter, Luther King are committed to Atlanta twinning Youth capitals around the world- and halfway along the road to Atlanta the Nobel Laureate summit connects through Cape Town Oct 2014. I am researching other summit as collaboration processes (not just the event themselves) including G20Y, Paris's convergences2015, microcreditsummit, the EU social enterprise summit
Two unique dynamics that Normans Friends seek to connect this information round are:1) how to help youth and microfranchise networks such as Grameen, BRAC, Jamii Bora spread missing curriculum of youth economics through moocs and khan academy type platforms2) how to convince shareholders of The Economist that 20-18's 175th anniversary of The Economist should get back to the founder's goal of mediating an end to hunger-as well as how to positively involve China - a plan my father started to debate in The Economist from 1975
If Mr Alhendawi isnt available would there be someone who edits your newsletters and forward diaries of events that youth can join in that I could meet?
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omists and youth and those responsible for what they learn to do - that the French word Entrepreneur comes from how to socially design liberte egalite fraternite after cutting off the heads of the 1% French Kings , courtiers and their administrators who were monopolising all the productivity assets leaving the people in the dirt.
Each generation or two, at every cultural node of our planet, has its own challenge to remove those who are preventing people from making the most of how their productive lifetimes interact. Now that the third quarter of this century is past: we can see that heads of over-extractive corporations and politicians whom they lobby will need to be peacefully removed by the peoples if the net generation is to be worldwide youth's most productive and collaborative time.
Fortunately, unlike the scarcity models of consuming up things, truly actionable knowledge multiplies abundant value in use. I wonder how many economists will take up ER's pressing trans-generational challenge of networking with a million times more collaboration tech than when man raced to the moon in the 1960s -if a hi-trust stimulus is needed, they should reread the last 3 pages of Keynes General Theory where he explains how futures are designed increasingly only by economists and mediators who risk becoming the greatest enemy to the future of all our children. The failed macroeconomist compounds risk onto future peoples he neither sees nor is rewarded to care about. BY 2000, the compounding of the internet as humanity's greatest communications revolution will be spinning the greatest risk to mankind . This will be the discrepancy of incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations. Courage (hope. love and trust) will be needed to see this ahead of time - and to resolve this out of every global village
Yunus 2006 more:
By defining "entrepreneur" in a broader way we can change the character of capitalism radically, and solve many of the unresolved social and economic problems within the scope of the free market. Let us suppose an entrepreneur, instead of having a single source of motivation (such as, maximizing profit), now has two sources of motivation, which are mutually exclusive, but equally compelling − a) maximization of profit and b) doing good to people and the world.
Each type of motivation will lead to a separate kind of business. Let us call the first type of business a profit-maximizing business, and the second type of business as social business.
Social business will be a new kind of business introduced in the market place with the objective of making a difference in the world. Investors in the social business could get back their investment, but will not take any dividend from the company. Profit would be ploughed back into the company to expand its outreach and improve the quality of its product or service. A social business will be a non-loss, non-dividend company.
Once social business is recognized in law, many existing companies will come forward to create social businesses in addition to their foundation activities. Many activists from the non-profit sector will also find this an attractive option. Unlike the non-profit sector where one needs to collect donations to keep activities going, a social business will be self-sustaining and create surplus for expansion since it is a non-loss enterprise. Social business will go into a new type of capital market of its own, to raise capital.
Young people all around the world, particularly in rich countries, will find the concept of social business very appealing since it will give them a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent. Systems can be designed to multiply goodwill, or godless evil. They accelerate exponentially. What my family can report from two world wars is that peace depends on peoples valuing hi-trust leaders , and peace of the first worldwide connected generation will depend on ending man's greatest risk which will be seen in 2000s as the discrepancy in incomes and expecations of rich and poor nations
Mackey 2013, Conscious Capitalism Conference 2013 more mackeycapitalismtranscript2000citizenmeetsanfran2013short.doc,
So we started this business not knowing what we were doing businesswise - my resume read something like : dishwasher, busboy, boyscamp counsellor, CEO of While Foods Market. We managed to lose half the money in the first year but that was OK because all my philosophy about philosophy about business got turned upside down. Oh my goodness all my ideas were wrong: business isnt selfish, greedy, exploitative - its basically hard, very hard to start up a business . So I started to read hundreds of business books -i devoured them then I read about history of capitalism and that was amazing.
NOW I enjoyed a whole new world view of what business is about and I began to understand business is the greatest value creator in the world. Business has raised humanity out of the dirt. 200 years ago -85% of people lived on less than a dollar a day. there was a great equality of income - every one was equally poor except for the aristocracy that owned all the land. Today about 15% live on a dollar a day which is still 15% too much but if you look at the trajectory we can end poverty in next 50 years if we continue to embrace economic freedom. Consider the fact that 200 years ago over 90% of people were illiterate, today about 14% are. 200 years ago the average lifespan was the same as it had been the last 40000 years about 30. Today its 68 across the world as high as 82 in Japan. There were no democracies 200 years ago, women didnt have the right to vote, slavery existed.
Humanity has made tremendous progress primarily due to business and capitalism. And business doesnt get credit for it - the narrative about business is its exploiattive and people are only in it for the money, the bottom line. And that isnt my experience of entrepreneurs I have known - very few started their business primarily to make money. They were on fire with some kind of passion to realise in the world. So the narrative explained about business is inadequate., we know that Gallup shows that the approval ratings for corporations and big business in America is only 19% Think about that here is the greatest value creator in the world, it creates values for customers, employees, suppliers, investors, communities -has helped lift humanity out of the dirt. It only has 19% approval rating - congress is at 17% that shows how far business has fallen
For most of history of america we had the most economic freedom =- 200 years ago we were very poor but because we embraced economic freedom and we had a culture of entrepreneurship in business we made great progress in 19th century until usa became the richest and most successful nation in the history of the world. As recently as 13 years ago usa ranked number 3 in world in economic freedom behind singapore and hong kong; today we have fallen down to number 18 and as our economic freedom has declined so has our prosperity, unemployment has risen - we are moving away from economic freedom because corporations are seen as a bunch of sociopaths - dumping waste, exploiting their workers, defrauding their customers. This narrative has got to be reversed by thinking about business differently both internally as business people, and externally the narrative we tell the world. That's what we are going to talk about as Conscious Capitalism , This can be the solution - the higher purpose beyond just making money
Business can be the greatest value creator in the world - its so odd to me that people think the purpose of a business is to make money instead of value creation. The Curriculum of Business has the potential to create value ethically for all its stakeholders. Find your higher purpose as an individual, then find our purposes for the business we create, and we need to tell this story to the larger society that we are part of if- and if we do that we can turn this baby around - the entrepreneurial creativity of americans is astounding -we are so creative, we have so much potential and business can be the vehicle…
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ader like Wole Food's John Mackey whose purpose is to change nutritional impact of supermarkets in usa and to develop equitable relationships anwyhere that whole foods has a long-run sourcing partnership
Fortune 500 CEO John Mackey probably spends over 20 days a year searching social entreprise models as part of his invitation to ceis to join in bencmarjing conscious capitalism
at a worldwide development level - how searching out of the most trustworthy local partners in agriculatural area microfinance offers one of the most trusted catalogues of its kind - see www.wholeplanetfoundation.org ; his invitation to university students to join in reforming the nutrition of us school lunches offers one of the most interesting collaboration models inside USA www.wholekidsfoundation.org
CASE F2 at a MIT ( Massachusetts Institute of Technology) development conference I met 20 or so interesting African Industry leaders all linked in to www.africa24tv.com -this tv station has been co-founded by an ex alumn of mo Ibrahim (a billionnaire) whose foundation makes awards to the most transparent of national leaders across Africa when they retire; africa24tv.com woants to be the good news cable tv channel of accomplishments by and for Africans; certainly the kinds of industry leaders it has already found, and which I got introduced to, are an exciting way to see collaboration flow across Africa in most needed social purposes…
m 9 minute audio-blackboard formats of the type pioneered by the leading open education platform khanacademy.org These texts are accompanied by rehearsals of the curious questions and answers that such texts could stimulate if Massive Open Online Collaboration Action Networks (MOOCAN) of youth were freed:
- : to value the million times more collaboration technology connecting our species today than when man raced to the moon half a century ago
Foundation Norman Macrae, Washington DC region 1 301 881 1655 firstname.lastname@example.org The Economist's pro-youth economist was formalized on Norman's death 2010 after this party at The Economist Boardroom. We assert open source rights to Curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution started by Norman in The Economist in 1972 after he first saw UK experiments in Open Education-after 12 years of debates with reads Norman and Chris's future history of net generation next 3 billion jobs was first published 1984, Having been tutored by Keynes, Norman was well aware that economists are only capable of compounding 2 exactly opposite maps of globalisation- those futures youth need most or least (eg the Orwellian scenario)
..Help welcomed by friends of Norman Macrae in assembling this handbook on pro-youth economic curriculum- types of help 1) tell us of links to related curricula - eg the curricula of soros alumni.
We also introduce 3 frameworks derived from Norman Macrae's lifetime work mainly at The Economist
Entrepreneurial Revolution's 7 wonders ThinkPad
Multi-win value exchange mapping
The global village hunt for 30000 microfranchises that could free trillion dollar global market purposes capable of joyfully sustaining the net generation and the 7 to 10 billion human beings of century 12
Chapter 1 -Next Capitalism Texts on The Search for the most radical change in organisational design needed to transform beyond industrial revolution
John Mackey Conscious Capitalism Text San Francisco 2013
Craig Barrett Text
George Soros and Sir Fazle Abed Text on Hew Economics and Open Society 2013
Eulogy texts on Norman Macrae 2010
Yunus Can Do Now Script for Planet Earth and Valuing Human Creativity
Yunus Social Business 2000 Bookclub discussion text 2008
Taddy Blecher Free University Script South Africa early 2000s
Extract from Norman Macrae's first of 20 years of future history texts - The Economist 1972
Extract from Entrepreneurial Revolution Survey text The Economist 1976 (translated across Europe with fiends like Romano Prodi)
Extract from Asian pacific Collaboration Century text 1976
Extract from 3 billion jobs text of Net Generation Future History book 1984
Oxford Union Debating Script on never ever let politicians spend more than a quarter of what you earn 199?
Extract of Normans last article 2008 - How to prevent 2010s from being the second great depression
Extract of last 5 pages of Keynes General Theory
Extract of why The Economist was founded in 1843 to severely question leading decision-makers on ending hunger and ending big capital abuse of youth
Norman Macrae's cheeky endnotes on who truly knows the origins of Entrepreneur, EU, and BBC
Chapter 2 Framework 7 wonders of Entrepreneurial Revolution Thinkpad
1 Valuing wholly new system designs of organisation
2 The purpose of transforming ti clean energy
3 The purpose of Open Online Education
4 The global village networking purposes of 21st century nursing, nutrition and affordable healthcare
5 The purpose of banking and currencies that invests in maximising entrepreneurial capacity each human is born with
6 The future-designing responsibilities of public servants and hi-trust professionals including pro-youth economists
7 Blending smart massive open society media with open source technology wizardry
Chapter 3 Texts on wonders 7.1 to 7.3
Chapter 4 ER Framework: Mapping what multi-win value exchanges exponentially sustain
Chapter 5 Texts on wonders 7.4 to 7.6
Chapter 6 Framework - Global Village Celebration search of 30000 microfranchises, trillion dollar global sector purposes- and 3 billion jobs
Chapter 7 Texts on wonder 7.7…
ary of what else you can find out about 1-7 from The Economist's first 12 years of debating Entrepreneurial Revolution (1972-1984) the first 3 billion jobs the coming net generation needed investors in.. links 1 2
Make a 9-minute summary of what you can find out about the future from Budapest's 2 most extraordinary system mapmakers - Von Neumann the father of open computing and George Soros relentless champion of open society and how to resolve the right old muddles of Ineteconomics links 1 2
Bonus points if you do this before 1 sept 2013 and join in the first million youth opportunity to question alumni of Soros -
Advanced exercise- can you form a peer network where you know who is going to look after your back on each of the 7 ways to enjoy future of being linked to million times more collab technology even as you get surrounded by opponents with short-term extractive mindsets. Example as John Mackey's hero and Nobel Peace Laureate Muhammad Yunus enters his 4th quarter of a century, he needs deep cross-cultural support help from young at heart everywhere in reconciling his poverty museum race around 3 worlds- that east of Bangladesh particularly China and Japan, the Muslim West of Bangladesh that includes Pakistan, Afghanistan, Middle East, Egypt and North Africa; the NW and Southern Hemispheres.
1 Trust needed to explore Value multiply organisation architecture
2 Primary value multiplier was access to energy not forgetting personal nutrition -IREV
Conditions compounding intergenerationonal growth:
3 Safe Banking out of every community and larger currency of regional identity
4 Do no evil professions and public servants - conscious of whole truth innovation not just ruling over peoples
5 Media (and mediation) to safely empower everyone's freedoms of exchanges - especially the 3 h's - health, happiness and hope
EREV1 - Telecomputing freedom of open education networking can be a greater value multiplier than energy but only if in celebrating borderless connectivity we also innovate abundant clean energy
EREV2 - Invest in work of net generation navigate million times more collaboration by mapping back most human goals ever uniting our species- anticipate that this worldwide search will require investing in 30000 life critical service franchises that any community can open source as way to go way beyond zero-sum manipulation of peoples and things
ity of future generation as well as delivering win-wins with society. customers, owners ... how this connects with regional security where the organisation was originally founded as well as wherever its most massive social impacts are today - exemplars -more
2a co-branded responsibility foundations - eg google, nike, mastercard, vodaphone
2b - sector leaders responsibility-transformation benchmarks eg to celebrate the start of 21st C the world's 5 biggest chocolate manufacturers promised to end sourcing commodity cocoa from child slave-plantations - after 2013 factory collapse first womens leadership networks are aiming to end irresponsibility from fashion markets
3 Billanthropists -type 1 gates and Buffet's network committed t giving away at least half of their billions ; type 2.1 committed to bottom-up investments ...
4 Winners of first 35 years of The Economist's Entrepreneurial Revolution Genre founded by Norman Macrae 1972 : Range of Business-Social Models from 100% to 51% -most geared to empowering net generation youth to collaborate around humanity's most heroic colaboration goals of start of 21st C -issue what above zero-sum dynamic is openly being celebated
5 Context specific models which scaled because they were first (developed their own media or channel) and always had a built to last purpose
6 Frontier corporations of bottom designed to serve billions at bottom of pyramid
7 Other Patient capital Networks
8 Purpose led missionary-community replicating organisations designed never to be greenwashed by partners - whose positive cashflow is earned through continuous sponsorship from next corporations wishing to reform their sustainability with youth - see university of stars genre; khan academy genre .... future capitalism twin-citizen chapters (potentially conscious capitalism)
9 Massively re-educated nations- eg million sme goal of s.africa , potentially open society and bottom-up economics expert curicula led by soros
please rsvp email@example.com if you trust another type of model
value multiplying segment of us all
Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries ask why wouldn't you make priority curricula goals free?
CCDC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism (exercise 1 read download mackeycapitalismtranscript2000citizenmeetsanfran2013.doc, and then send us in a 5 minute video or transcript on what you most urgently want to action with CC),
DC Entrepreneur competitions inspired by Muhammad Yunus,
researchers of top 10 curricula that youth want to celebrate at khanacademy,
well-wishers of Bezos-in-DC
editors of www.obamauni.com and tweeters of ObamaUni
and tell us if your movement does too firstname.lastname@example.org
related threads: Learning with the best value universities in the world
WASHINGTON (Reuters 22 aug 013) - President Barack Obama on proposed plan to tackle soaring higher education costs with a system that would rate colleges and universities based on their value for the money students spend and tie those ratings to disbursement of federal student aid.
The president, who has spent much of the summer trotting out new ideas to rev up the economy, will unveil his proposals at the start of a campaign-like bus tour through New York and Pennsylvania that will include speeches and a question-and-answer session with students.
Tuition costs at U.S. colleges and universities have been skyrocketing, forcing students and families to take on more debt to afford a college degree. The average annual cost of in-state tuition and fees for 2013 at four-year public universities was $8,655, up 4.8 percent from 2012, according to a survey from the College Board released this month.
Obama's plan would institute a ratings system before the 2015 school year that would allow students and parents to select schools based on the best value.
It would push Congress to tie federal student aid to college performance, creating an incentive for schools to keep their costs in check.
The plan would also include provisions allowing those paying off student loan debt to limit their payments to 10 percent of their monthly income.
"The president's plan will also take down barriers that stand in the way of competition and innovation, particularly in the use of new technology, and shine a light on the most cutting-edge college practices for providing high value at low costs," the White House said in a statement.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the total cost of higher education - including tuition, room and board - for undergraduates at four-year public institutions ballooned 73 percent to an average of $15,900 per year in 2011 compared to 2001.
Americans now owe about $1.2 trillion in student loan debt, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau estimates. If the costs put college out of reach for too many young people, the United States could find itself at a disadvantage compared to other countries…
BRI.school ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTION NETWORK BENCHMARKS 2025now : Remembering Norman Macrae
how do humans design futures?-in the 2020s decade of the sdgs – this question has never had moore urgency. to be or not t be/ – ref to lessons of deming or keynes, or glasgow university alumni smith and 200 years of hi-trust economics mapmaking later fazle aded - we now know how-a man made system is defined by one goal uniting generations- a system multiplies connected peoples work and demands either accelerating progress to its goal or collapsing - sir fazle abed died dec 2020 - so who are his modt active scholars networks empowering youth with his knohow n- soros with jim kim paul farmer leon botstein and with particular contexts- girls village development and with ba-ki moon global climate adaptability where cop26 november will be a great chance to renuite with 260 years of adam smith and james watts purposes there is no point in connecting with system mentors unless you want to end poverty-specifically we interpret sdg 1 as meaning mext girl or boy born has fair chance at free happy an productive life as we seek to make any community a child is born into a thriving space to grow up between discover of new worlds in 1500 and 1945 systems got worse and worse on the goal eg processes like slavery emerged- and ultimately the world was designed around a handful of big empires and often only the most powerful men in those empires. 4 amazing human-tech systems were invented to start massive use by 1960 borlaug agriculture and related solutions every poorest village (2/3people still had no access to electricity) could action learn person to person- deming engineering whose goal was zero defects by helping workers humanize machines- this could even allowed thousands of small suppliers to be best at one part in machines assembled from all those parts) – although americans invented these solution asia most needed them and joyfully became world class at them- up to 2 billion people were helped to end poverty through sharing this knowhow- unlike consuming up things actionable knowhow multiplies value in use when it links through every community that needs it the other two technologies space and media and satellite telecoms, and digital analytic power looked promising- by 1965 alumni of moore promised to multiply 100 fold efficiency of these core tech each decade to 2030- that would be a trillion tmes moore than was needed to land on the moon in 1960s. you might think this tech could improve race to end poverty- and initially it did but by 1990 it was designed around the long term goal of making 10 men richer than 40% poorest- these men also got involved in complex vested interests so that the vast majority of politicians in brussels and dc backed the big get bigger - often they used fake media to hide what they were doing to climate and other stuff that a world trebling in population size d\from 1945 to 2030 also needed to map. so the good and bad news is we the people need to reapply all techs where they are only serving rich men and politicians od every party who have taken us to the brink of ending our species- these are the most exciting times to be alive - we the 3 generations children parents grandparents have until 2030 to design new system orbits gravitated around goal 1 and navigating the un's other 17 goals do you want to help/ 8 cities we spend most time helping students exchange sustainability solutions 2018-2019 BR0 Beijing Hangzhou: BR6 Geneva, Luxembourg, BR2 Dhaka, Delhi, BR1 Tokyo, Seoul
Map with Belt Road Imagineers :where do you want to partner in sustaining world
Dad (Norman Macrae) created the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution to debate how to make the net generation the most productive and collaborative . We had first participated in computer assisted learning experiments in 1972. Welcome to more than 40 years of linking pro-youth economics networks- debating can the internet be the smartest media our species has ever collaborated around?
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2010s = Worldwide Youth's most productive and collaborative decade
1972: Norman Macrae starts up Entrepreneurial Revolution debates in The Economist. Will we the peoples be in time to change 20th C largest system designs and make 2010s worldwide youth's most productive time? or will we go global in a way that ends sustainability of ever more villages/communities? Drayton was inspired by this genre to coin social entrepreneur in 1978 ,,continue the futures debate here
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