the big 4 to get economics rising exponentials right first
consider japan and germany in late 1940s (several surveys tracking bot economies progress here) - as ravaged as any nation from losing a war but with great pro-youth practitioners in all 4 of these areas- what happens- the fastest compound growth in national economies = and interestingly in japans case the seeds for spreadong that across the region but not in germany's case ( so how did the region around germany cause german practitioners to lose their sense or win-win econoic trade is a question that the euroepan union's piolitocian and professions and educators will certainly have to answer for with utmost urgency if we are going to get europan youth back to being productive members of the net generation)
but lets go back to what some might regard the harder question - what happens if you dont have a history of education and healthworkers (and you live in much more health-hostile envirorments than germany or japan) and you only have limited sources of engineering and financial competence- well miraculously if you are banagladesh and your largest service network grows the way http://brac.ning.com does you have an opportunity of becoming the world's most exciting laboratory for millennium goals and its epicentre of banks with values
he world - the text below shows the version used at change the world which spent its first 2 hours discussing theories of tragedy of the commons
May I share a story with you that I heard Lech Walesa tell thousands of youth and over a dozen Peace laureates at 13th world summit, Warsaw 2 months ago
Tell me if it isnt clear as an amazing commons crisis case impacting future of youth ...
Lech said: when I organised the dockers revolution at Gdansk I didnt tell them the whole truth. This was that for the sake of our next generation, they needed to make a sacrifice of giving up their jobs
You see Gdansk did all its trade inside the USSR. Most was with Moscow..The system of the Soviet HQ controlled all the value multipliers of markets by demanding places like Poland manufacture parts, ship them to moscow to assemble wholes, who then charged the top price for shipping back the working product to local peoples trapped at the end of the value chain
Lech Continued: So personally the tragedy of the commons was to achieve the goal of Freeing Poland from Moscow, I - a community and Union Organiser- had to make the decision to end the jobs of all my co-workers. (Frankly without Pope John Paul's moral support, I wouldn't have dared to value this leadership and deep cultural trust challenge correctly)
I'd love to see a curriculum assembled by youth of all of Nobel Laureate's system transformations. My media friends and I expect whole system transformation can almost always be defined as spinning round one or many commons crises.
40 years of work shows me that the sustainability of the Net Generation depends on a convergence of many simultaneous transformations _obama https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzEajBQ9gmQ mentioned 4 in his inaugural speech in 2009 but DC as the grandmaster of commons tragedies hasnt yet helped youth escape from one .
NEW VOCAB OF CHANGE WORLD, & NEW ECONOMICS? My acquaintance Muhammad MOOCYunus dreams that youth may help design a curriculum solution to each! His friends at CNN in Atlanta call this Social Fiction
Atlanta is sponsoring up to 25000 youth live (and millions virtually) to debate Nobel laureates Nov 2015. Could that be an opportunity of youth preparing a MOOC (or a khan academy) which frames each Nobel laureate's biggest intervention as a commons crisis. If you might want to be involved our first step is to match which Nobel laureates need help from which practices.
http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com is a blog of this journey from what info people share with me across networks of Youth Capitalism and ground-up economics -reference soros at www.ineteconomics.org or my late dad's curriculum of NetGen Entrepreneurial Revolution started in 1972 at The Economist.
Thanks firstname.lastname@example.org I'm just a go-between. If you can contact a Nobel Laureate direct go for it. Before Atlanta, Cape Town 2014 is assembling main cases of sort Mandela alumn know most about. Or the coordinators of the world summit series are the Club of Rome…
re fundamental to many of us
UNDERCOVER MOOC Curriculum of job-creating Entrepreneurs and Educators have known since 1984 that Open Online Collaboration can lead to 10 times more growth and sustainability for the net generation but only if we design systems that are opposite to closed, offline, falsely competitive and separated (eg externalising, compounding risk at boundaries onto whomever is already weakest)
There is no point asking young people to dedicate themselves to the hard work of innovation solutions of OOC if we cant then Massively linkin the good news (utter failure of public broadcaster like bbc to understand this purpose is extremely bad news - absurdly it wil probbaly take scottish devolution begore a scottosh broadcasting corporation featuring nightly good news to end poverty editorially consistent with adam smith and james wilson is freed) Pray that the head of future of the scottish university systems gets this in time and invites all nordica regions to join in -great if new zealand can also cluster some similarly pro-youth nations
Tebabu's sister city project connects ethiopia and washington dc and maryland in ways that empower direct citizen exchanges - the subject of a us-africa diaspora summit 2 weeks ago which naila from women4empowerment and anna who does lots of exchanges out of san diego attended
the fastest way to end poverty is to redesign value chains to take out middle men; the problem for the net generation is that government bodies are often the worst of all middlemen especially in education; I can say that coming from Europe where clearly brussels is more concerned with perpetuating itself than losing whole generations especially at border countries to the core region its bureaucracy empires over
gordon from new zealand has been core to student led revolution of web learning for over 30 years http://thelearningweb.net and outside of nz, china is where parents most want his revolutions to linkin
alizee is an amazing chinese student trying to change education clara's networks out of chile show how anyone with a passion (in her professional case photography and her passion can change the value chain of plastic) can linking action learning networks of critical impact to human sustainability
sunita's family has been epicentral to continuing montessoris/gandhi revolution of education out of lucknow india for 60 years- recent good news http://globaldream.guru is that of 100 times more effective process for resolving adult illiteracy - something mostofa out of dhaka is ensuring banladehs's greatest educators for the poor review
Research for the world record book of job creators shows that by the end of 2030, the extent to which your place's youth have direct trading relationships with chinese networks of youth is probably the most valuable entrepreneurial and sustainable challenge of them all- and in areas like changing te energy value chain - the sustainability of billions of beings will likely depend on it
how do we continue this sort of discussion into actions (at least among those whom it concerns enough to help youth network it through ihubs and other such direct open source exchanges when the tools are global but the value needs to be grounded in local community exchanges starting with the most vulnerable which is what the nanocredit exchanges that naila maps do)
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Dear Ann, I think this will help. A lot
Chris another angle.........
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I do not completely follow all of the thread of macrae's conversation….however, I get the gist.
Some more information about NZ: - we have a free trade agreement with China, which is China's way of recognising the support it has received from this small nation in the middle of nowhere, going back at least 100 years
- Auckland has sister city relationships with Guangzhou and Ningbo
- many Chinese students come to Auckland for secondary and tertiary education
- former Waitakere mayor Bob Harvey is a citizen of Ningbo and well-loved in China as he was once President of the NZ Communist Party
- in his role as Chair of Waterfront Auckland, Bob is raising billions of dollars in China to finance the re-development of Auckland
Any new educational institution which established itself in Auckland on the basis that it would hope to attract some enrolments from China would be very well supported by council… council may even want to partner the venture.
NZ relations with Bangladesh have been very favourable since 1971 as we were one of the first countries to officially recognise Bangladesh. We have a bilateral trade agreement with Bangladesh and students come to study here. Earlier this year a former PM of NZ visited Bangladesh as special envoy to the current Prime Minister, but I don't know why. The game of cricket is a great bond between us.
In other words, Auckland may be well-placed to help form a bridge between China and Bangladesh.
In terms of environmental sustainability, we are recognised as world leaders in this..the Japanese city of Kakogawa modelled its massive harbour clean-up and environmental restoration project on what they learnt during study trips to Waitakere. I have long complained to council that it is not doing enough to help the citizens commercialise the IP they have created around environmentalism, and without creating such an income stream, it is difficult for the work to continue.
Hope these thoughts are of interest. Best,
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anna you tell me over 30% of uni of san diego are asians
we can of course adapt tebabu's model to have correspondents of millennials across whole eastern hemisphere but please lets make sure the chinese feel epicentral to this because win-win trade with china remains number 1 way to get millennials networking their goals for a sustainable planet -eg if china gets green energy right in time climate can be saved before half if bangladesh is the wrong sort of puddle
right now the superstar of the future of chinese education is also the number 1 retired star of the NBA - hence a triad of exchanges between africa americans and chinese - the former commisioner of the NBA and director of thurgood marshall is also the agent Yao Ming trusts most
ultimately nobody's a real friend of yunus who doesnt build win-win trades between bangladeshis and chinese only china is big enough to ensure bangladesh doesnt become the next Egypt -reread 2008 yunus book- cox's bazar
If we have both East Coast and West Coast hosting inter-hemisphere summits before Atlanta nov 2015 then we can get back to Free EDU's pro-youth futures
Entry from life in day of Yao Ming -China Nov 2013 This is so fantastic. Former Houston Rockets center Yao Ming is three years removed from his last game as an NBA player, and four and a half years removed from his last All-Star game as a dominant force in the pivot, but that hasn’t stopped him from attempting to turn himself into an anonymous scholar of sorts. As detailed by the New York Times on Thursday, Yao is beginning his third year at Jiao Tong University in Shanghai, China – an institution he chose in 2011 because he “wanted to feel the atmosphere on campus.”
Presumably the Frisbee Golf competitions at the quad, we’re guessing.
Here’s a snippet of Yao’s day to day life, from the Times:
On class days, Yao Ming, the 7-foot-6 retired N.B.A. center, wakes up at the crack of dawn to beat the Shanghai traffic. Carrying a lunch prepared by his wife, Ye Li, a 6-foot-3 former player in China’s professional league, Mr. Yao drives more than an hour to Jiao Tong University, where he sits through his required courses in the economics and management department. According to one Chinese news report, Mr. Yao would prefer to live in the dorms with his 20-year-old classmates, a move that would save time and energy, “but the beds are too small.”
“When I signed my first professional contract with the Shanghai Sharks at age 17, I promised my parents that, after my basketball career ended, I would pursue my studies at the university level,” Mr. Yao told reporters in Shanghai. As reported two years ago by People’s Daily Online, Yao will be receiving a heap of private instruction in mathematics, English, journalism (!) and finance courses because he is still swarmed on the campus by adoring fans. He also had to give an initial press conference upon his first year at the university, one that was attended by over 100 media members.
The Times also relayed another interesting quirk to Yao’s life as a student. Most famous former athletes are expected to take on a figurehead role with the government upon retirement, acting as an ambassador for the country in myriad ways in order to take advantage of their celebrity. Because Yao had to leave home at such an early age to train with the members of the Chinese national team, though, he felt pressure to live up to the educational promise he made to his parents. Yao has taken on several charitable causes in his time away from the game, most notably in opposition to the cruel act of cribbing shark fins for food, but his commitment to chasing his degree seems real.
Which is tough, because as Yao mentioned two years ago, he’s a bit “rusty” when it comes to picking up on what most students have to work through in their late teens. Yao is clearly a very intelligent man, but going back to college in your early-to-mid 30s is no joke.
Especially when you’re being mobbed by fellow classmates on your way from class to class. The packed lunch from the missus helps, though, we presume.…
and chartered accountant, whom I have known personally for 7 years, to attend. He was my fathers correspondent in New York for a 1000 book club of Dr Yunus -Social Business; The Future of Capitalism- which the NY publisher Public Affairs kindly sent us a review copy of SBFOC in Q4 2007. We both have over 25 years of experience of mathematics of trust-flow that started at Coopers and Lybrand before it raced to be one of the BIG 5 (Price Waterhouse Coopers) as its Big 5 name was known.4) My father's foundation is sponsoring several "readers groups" with business students as part of the youth summit process of Atlanta NOV2015 in which 15 Nobel laureates led by Yunus (with a new 501 foundation) and youth will pitch future capitalism "solution franchises" to each other, and develop learning modules in KhanAcademy style formats. Is your document something I can circulate to such youth? Among Youth Summits along the Road to Atlanta: one that most impacts US youth is due to be hosted this summer in New York with the blessing of Jim Kim at the World Bank and the Youth Open Technology Envoy at the UN.
(Father Norman Macrae developed the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution in The Economist from 1976 to question whether the coming net generation could design an alternative system endgame to Orwell's Big Brother -he was delighted that Dr Yunus and his publisher could be chief guests at his 85th and last public birthday party in London St James). Father's last article appeared in a co-publication or Dr Yunus motivated by a talk he was giving to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Adam Smith's theory of moral sentiments in Glasgow. Father's interest in moral theories was stimulated as the son of a British consular who worked in Stalin's Moscow and parts of Europe to be overrun by Hitler, by spending his last days as a teenager navigating RAF planes in world war 2 over out of modern day Bangladesh, and surviving the war to be mentored by Keynes on his theory of how economists bear most systemic responsibility for compounding what futures are children get.
Norman was one of the first to second Dr Yunus's beautiful dream that Cox's Bazaar be redeveloped as a 21st C Singapore and triad trading gateway to Bangladesh, India and China. (ask for copy of Yunus leaflet on Bangla growing up with Asian Giants if you like such concepts) Given the political crisis in Bangladesh/Arab Hemisphere of 2014, I no longer know where Cox's Bazaar concept debates are safe to host -way above my global village conflict resolution paygrade so to speak. http://twitter.com/globalgrameen…
2014-15 Updating Atlanta's I have a Dream Networks 50 years after Luther King's Nobel
Monica's network is the most simple collaborative link in a 21 month race to demonstrate that twinning capitals of youth job creating summits can have more positive economic and social impact than hosting the olympics- musicians for community regeneration can do what coca-cola could only image over with its early 1970s (new seekers pop) campaign of I'd like to teach the world to sing.
Since late 2012, Atlanta's first families inviting netgen youth to just do the most productive celebration ever include: Ted Turner's , Jimmy Carter's , Luther King's, The Mayor's ...Half way through the next 21 months of this plan, Nobel Youth action summit will be stopping off at CapeTown (Oct 2014)
if you are supporting a "musician's regenerates community event" - would love to know firstname.lastname@example.org - new york's next micro event in this series sees Monica team up with womens empowerment networks to extend the celebrations to Art For Hope New York 5 February
Incidentally the wholeplanet bookmark above should put you in middle of wholeplanet's catalogue of get involved programs- would love to hear if chapters actively connect with any of them
Footnote Monica's StoryHer mum ( a russian american) met yunus in the 1960s while he was a professor at east tenessee state;she only lasted 3 months in dhaka after Monica's birth there- whence Monica didnt see her father (much ) for 30 years- she became a self-made operatic star . She was within sight of the world trade centre when 9/11 happened so she asked herself : could she do more than be an Opera Star. SingforHope is that more- and it could just be the most optimistic youth network to connect with over next 21 months - if you so choose
Media Footnote on DC Yes You Can MovementsTwice huge youth hope movements have been started up out of DC with the Yes You Can Slogan. It was the slogan of Yunus keynote speech in launching microcreditsummit 1997 and microcredit knowhow networks. It was the promise in 2008 of Obama to youth networks that wanted to linkin to community generation. So at this 3rd time of asking, we seek to twin Atlanta and DC as Youth's Job Creating Future Capitals - where else wants to join youth jobs creating party sans frontieres?…
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rcing the whole bottom up micreoeconomics system designs that the first 40 years of bangladesh invented. Marketing is different from academic pedagogy : of no value to me are such items as brownie points for publishing in journals academics prize historically
1 why not extend yunus network of 5000 youth ambassadors to a club of professors and researchers who have made field visist to bangladesh; are aware that if you go into bangladeshi bookshops there are at least 50 books of longitudinal surveys on grameen and brac in english let alone in bangladeshi. Lets's just do a parctice and literature review of what purposes microcredit achieves valued against lifelong goals that poorest villagers set - of which the 16 decisions is the simplest cutlural codification.
Incidentally it would really help if this club's early valuation basis was : how to help hilary clinton transform world bank when she lands there next year? The world bank's trade union is ghastly- it states that no head office worker should be asked to work outside of DC for 3 months a year; the costs of the world bank's pension system are already the actual number 1 thing the world bank works on. This is why the world bank has never wanted to udnerstand bangladeshi microcredit but wanted to be its own master of theory linking macroeconomists of the kind my dads writing dismissed as disgraceful political chicanery
Outputs should appear anywhere this group wants; if they want to use the journal of social business optimal time to at least declare this field of research and network of researchers exists is something written by early september so it can both appear in a special issue of journal and be offprinted. This deadline matches yunus testimony to congress of how job creating economics truly works. There is a second deadline of november's microcerditsummit but if you only work to that hasina will likely have decimated much of micronetworks inside bangaldesh by then
Realtime Its as important that this appears in portals like danonecommunities; microcreditsummit; youthandyunus.com as well as univesrities' own channels; why not one ning of your choice; whether facebook and twiitter matter I dont know. I much prefer google's crowdmap and linkedin
2 However there is another idea that will be discussed in paris in a week's time. A wordwide survey of job creation centres of gravity. This is much wider than microcredit. In terms of universities there is no point in starting this map without MIT - something my us friends working on. There are only 12 nations in the world to have sustained more startup wealth than MIT- in other words MIT's models have created jobs/entreprenjeurship whereas standard business schools have decimated them
In terms of corporations- danone no longer markets just water milk and grains but job creation - why not form a club of 20 corporations of danones choice that do that. Having surveyed what good can global brand directors do at turn of milennium for world largest ad agency, my friends can help danone choose such a club in the right order- when you put an entreneurail revoltion club together order of linking in matters.
In terms of countries, no point in starting this survey without France leading it but also raising debate not just through countries it aids but all across EU
Back in 1990 a French Professor and I developed a different form of valuation relevant to sustainability investors including designs of SB stockmarkets - what would who in the world uniquely miss if a specified value gravitty didnt exist?. If Yunus ceases to exist before we have surveyed job creation, we have betrayed all our children's productive lifetimes and probably lost sustainability of the planet. Time is Now. Which specific components of above interest, you if any?…
neurial Revolution dialogues in The Economist in 1972
is responsible for open replication of more end poverty microfranchsies than any other...
What headlines would you vote for to identify Dr Yunus's life of action celebrations how would you edit these 4 possible headlines; and what would you propose corresponding 4 headlines for sir fazle and over in Consider Kenya: ingrid munro thanks email@example.com MY1 Entrepreneurially saved livelihoods and increased productivity of world’s poorest women MY2 Broke cycle of illiteracy in tens of thousands of village communities, so increasing productivity of Bangladesh’s youthful nation MY3 Bridged digital divides every which way round global communications and local communities MY4 Turned country in centre of asian pacific www century into innovation lab for tech for ending poverty partners and sustainability’s world trade of open source franchises MY5 Demonstrated way to electrify poorest rural areas in world with colar --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
in 1971, Bangladesh was born and my father @ The Econoist Saint James London - first predicted the death of the international financial system 40 years on; the subliminal narrative of the 2010s big banking's 3rd world war with the possibilities of net generation to be 10 times more productive peoples will win-win-win with the www if young people everywhere know why we celebarte who we economically heroise tell us if you have any microeconomic collaboration projects connecting the 40th anniversary Celebrations of Bangaldesh and its microentrepreneurial models of worldwide sustainability happy 2011, chris macrae www.erworld.tv help develop a library of consider bangladesh - consider being dad's entrepreneurial revolution sub-brand denoting what 7 billion people need to share knowhow and cheer-lead round next …
a world citizen- of course being one of the majority of scots who lost our nation in a banking scam in early 1700s and sailed the seven seas as a Diaspora nation , I realise I am not the most competent at questioning what good and bad does the ideology of nation do to peoples across generations of youth?
-what I mean to ask: if you sat high up in brussels as a peace policy maker ...or economist - wasn't it clear that Ukraine as a border nation between West and East needed some massive kind of cooperative investment- how about a massive superport through which all neighbouring countries could trade freely- but where the investment was put in permanent trust of the future youth born withing the territory of ukraine - or start up a khan academy type free coursera university and make sure one of the early specialties was cross-cultural joy of youth or -look forward to your dream of what could the whole planet invest in when they have 15 years to sustain a border territory
There is a series of 3 youth and nobel peace summits begun in warsaw 2013, cape town 2014,, atlanta 2015 - if you think it would be possible to form a correspondnce club on sorts of topics above so that ideas can be input in cape town or atlanta please mail me firstname.lastname@example.org subject youth union…
st questions ahead of time : Next 40 Years
Entrepreneurial Revolution- Constitutions of 20th C biggest organsiational systems are not sustainable in any joyful net generation future imaginable
We're all Intrapreneurial now- exploring how service and knowhow colaborating economiesintegrate bottom-up dynamics that industrial age master could not
Designing back the futures the net generation need in 2020to celebrate better livelihoods out of every physical community and through peoples worldwide trade of virtual value exchanges
click picture for some overall.maps then choose which of these specific details your curiosity can most help youth amplify
CHARTERING A LIVING SCRIPT TO SAVE ALL WWW PEOPLES
*The two most destructive types of perfectly right economist are 1) driven by insecurity of a single number 2) get the wrong end of every social future shock
*The two most destructive types of mediator are 1) driven by top-down commns (eg tv advertising and lobby pr) and failing to trust people with purposeful brand reality –socially needed to explore and multi-win model next life- and livelihood- critical innovations of impossible becomes possible
*Vital Curricula of Entrepreneurial Revolution (ER) economics determine urgency of every parent’s and youth’s business when valuetrue purpose Is to design exponentially more productive and sustainable futures for next gen out of every community
HOW TO VALUE : MANDELA MC. SOROS OS, GANDHI SAT. SKOLL OE, SCHWAB SEWEF, ASHOKA SE
*Since 1800 the two revolutionary apps that free growth for all people involve empowering people with cleaner energy and smarter communications geared round job creating education.One way to define the collaboration opportunities of the post-industrial revolution will be to map how peace will depend on connecting these 2 revolutionary apps in ways that professions had previously lorded over as separated compound risks
*Going locally and globally digital and borderless is the greatest community and cultural integration challenge a single generation of people have ever faced- unfortunately the savings economist and the world trade economist of the 20th century as at end of q3 of 20th century have no logical models in common and neither is geared to facilitate system transformation.Celebrating youth’s social movements, peace and borderless economics will need to be valued as the unifying wholeplanet challenge of designing futures our children children will need to be exponentially sustainable
*Love hope and goodwill are the three-in-one dnas that have made humans nature’s smartest race to date-will we the peoples have enough courage and openness to enjoy these valuetrue designers enough to transform through conflicts that spun from governing over bodrers maintained to separate peoples in history’s pre-networked age
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
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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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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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