Homethe world's most valuable lessonwhy BAT is not FAG - an alibaba.com linkedin groupworld record jobs creators- sino-english editionwrjc sir fazle abedaudrey cheng and girls who codewrjc jack mawrjc xi jinpingabout publishers of world record job creatorswrjc pope francisexplorer david attenboroughdoes your nation understand belt road mappingTriple-I of Girl Sustaining Economiesgory - was al gore being ironical in borrowing incon truth from ChurchillCan humanity's edu spaces unite sustainable youth?inclusive education china belt road's secret sauce50 years of questions on sustainability, trade, investment banking, educationcases of lawyers protecting richest/powerful not poorest/excludedworld record job creator antonio guterreswrjc solbergwrjc elon muskdcbeltroad.comsoroshow weak teachers and expensive marketers cause warswhy preventing human extinction depends on missing 5th grade curriculum of expoenential risksustainability survey : reasons societies fail to invest in lifelong learning 3 bn new jobs20.20 mooc of 30000 microfranchises20.1 Girls Livelihood Eduworld record job creator - ian goldin20.2 Joy of educators ending poverty - Confucius, Muslim, Francistop 10 missing curricula of sustainability gen : open survey on future of educurriculum - have a problem, community is the solutionA2A3AAA nations and superplacesuniting 110 places that can sustain next generation?Are you under 30 and fluent in chiense or english?thank you merkelBR4summit.com# 2017now most important do nows of worldwide sustainability youth and teachersg20 cooperationsmegan kelly - worlds best or worst interviewer - transcript putin petersburg economics summit jn 017Mar-A-Lago Diaries Xi-Trump.comenergy and smart media#E, #ER, #EMAC, #EMacron - 4 Futures #TheEconomistWhat if trump is doing what majority elected him to doAfrica LogWhat if next 4 years is best or worst of times?Big data expohelp translate world record book of job creationgolden oldies- curious videos on god's greatest jobs creatorwhy dont global youth celebrate the world's most collaborative SME jobs training centresWill Youths Livelihoods & Education ever recover from USA Anti-Social Mediamay and samarawhither peoples sustainability versus big interestChina IQ Test for American and English Youth LeadersEDUCATION IS the economy100 ways to destroy youth's livelihoods with edu system - one way to sustain youth and placestired of DC (Dead Capitalism)Ypchronic chapter POP Washington DCHow do Young Professionals Take It On - and other exciting questions in your worldRISK -is your appreciation of worldwide purpose smarter than 5th graderold yunusolympics.comcurricula: how to build nation round 15000 disadvantaged youth and other value millennails moocs#2030now is it possible to mooc jim kim or any world leaders millennials want to take it on withNations most critical moments in race 2030 vs 1946 invest 4000 times more to sustain alumnisat genyouth entrepreneur competitionswhere can you find a job creating curriculum of economicsjoin search for greatest on-demand curricula in millennials job creating worldquestions about millennials = first generation all alumni of each otherMa, Lee , Yunus - who else in top 20 job creators of first 20 years of satellite net gen?year 44 Economist series silicon valley tipping point what do 5 billion people want from elearningolympics of water and desertsophelia dahl 101 -a sarah "sainsbury" b laura turnerAMMA 102daphne koller 103AlumniSat curriculum - first 6 weeks on-demand3 female disciples of jagdish gandhisustainability'a missing curricula - why not mooc them?Liars, damned liars, and curricula administratorscoming soon - map of who links who at world's bank's 6 athgonathonsearch for silicon valley metahubs of open learning worldgreatest development conference that never wascollaboration entrepreneur: 10 most exciting projects of 2011Collaboration CafeBlog chartering 2010s most exciting youth projectsPrivate - microfinance the good, the bad and the uglyprivate - the MOU crisis - open source certifying youth worlds most exciting projectsprivate- there are 10 micriocredit models that can save the world and many others than can lose it*checklist of yunus asks dhaka september 2010* top 10 sb places to vist by regiongrameen inside social action team - confidentialHuman Triangles - System MoleculesBig as we Dare*linkinsMarket makers of green energygoodwill mapping and network sustainability3 cheers: YUnUS book of treasure mapsAbout Usrowp1grassroots-free markets listingLast day of life as a teenager : EMP1GrameenKnowledge Centre What to see if every city had oneold grameeneducation.comContact Us

Many generations of my family (sir kenneth kemp in india (lawyer with Gandhi of Independence), norman macrae 1 in korea and nigeria, norman macrae 2 end poverty sub-editor of The Economist's third half century...) have tried our best to mediate compound risk ( see also10 back of enevlope ways to prevent human extinction)- let me try out some very different stories on you- if one is important to you please feel free to contact me chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc 240 316 8157  to see if we can find others who share our concern 

HUMAN SUSTAINABILITY'S LAST CALL 

 

All these stories support the urgent recomendations: we have 10 years left to change education completely (start by making wise@UNGA new york sept 2018 the greatest learning susmmit sustainability of youth has ever seen. Dind ways to connect belt road summits mediated by china as both the missing 5th grade curriculum of rosk and the way of mapping education as the whole economy -what china calls the quest for people-centric economics in which growing all peole replaces production/consuptin of things as primary metric 

10 BACK OF ENVELOPE SOLUTIONS TO ENDING HUMAN EXTINCTION 

With special thanks to 10 years of research with Chinese and Bangladesh girls and usa black/latino youth And year 50 of friends of Norman Macrae (The Economist) Borderless ER-ie valuing intergeneration exponentials of going post-colonial and port carbon with 1000 times more mobile comtech and photosynthesis  

 

  1.  Romano Prodi’s Med Sea European solutions debated with Chinese girls at Tsinghua/Peking U – related Belaggio  
  2.  Lord Stern and Sir Danny’s debate in South Korea and Asian Infra Investors Bank – biggest 30 million people dev challenge is investment needed in North Koreans –related tokyo’s genron and cheng li diaries at brookings  3
  3. Why India can be biggest partner solution among chinas 13 neighbors but only if leaders mash up youth tech wizards in 2018 on food and health problems –  is this related to Raj –cf granddad Sir Kenneth Kemps 25 years learning curve with Gandhi  
  4.  Jim Kims job interview with Obama- why USAID not designed to empower poorest girls value chain solutions to sustainable finance, health, food, safety, edu – chat to sir fazle abed for 45 year learning curve  
  5. Why changing education needs to be intervention at every border conflict across all hemispheres belt roads – UNGA summit Guterres NY Sept 2018 co-hosted by first ladies of refugees and some of un eminent top 20 – check with President of Ghana, first lady of Qatar, Sir Fazle Abed, Jack Ma’s girl envoys (china ed-fin-tech) or Guterres as whos who more  43weeks.com youth co-blog 
  6.  why jack ma’s 3rd career starts at the Olympics (2020-4-8) with community for all solutions to happiness markets – health, green, arts and sports and pre-age hubs in every community –eg economistlearning.com co-blog 
  7.  understand which 7 wonders of mobilizing big small analysis will determine whether parents help kids work on 3 billion new jobs of being the sustainability gen –eg explore co-blog Damocity.net 
  8. Meta maths/map puzzle 1 – for every globalization crisis community can be solution but community’s crisis contexts very different east-west and at border challenges – turn Belt Road Mapping into 5th grade teachers mapping quiz eg economistaerica.com (debate top 10 missing curricula that need experiential curiosity not standard examining) –see also "flow" surveys of human genii   meta 2: on every hemisphere map of betl roads – apply education at each new border bridged whether investment is in real infrastructure, green or comtech otr youth exchanges 
  9.  meta  3 : still needed as per dad's 1984 book "2024 report": 30000 collaboration microfranchises connecting 3 billion new jobs of sustainability generation on your nighly news and running your pension schemes or paper currency Feds......................................................................................................................................

 

 1968 50 years ago my father named his signature genre at The Economist Entrepreneurial Revolution (ERworld). He was at an economics system design crossroads between future and history of the risks to human sustainability. It was evident that man aided by computing technologies was about to land on the moon. Postindustrial revolution beckoned but how to map this to end poverty and improve youth livelihoods out of every community (the hippocratic oath of economst which he he had been tutored in by Keynes -read last chapter of general theory of money) ERworld 1 - looking forward. My father hypothesied that moon landing would mean humans doubling spends in telecomputing technolgies every 7 years to 2016. Thats over 1000 yimes more TC 2016 versus 1946 - a world of every being connecetd with every other. In some senses: death of distance as main cost of apping knowhow. Orwell had already mediated the negative Big Brother endgame of such a suddenly changed world- how could professionaks in media, education and economics mediate an opposite outcome - human sustainability and the happiest of times in every community across mother earth erworld 2 - looking back. Norman was well aware that industrial revolution had distributed the opportunity to innovate very unevenly. In 1968 while on group were racing to the moon, up to half the world still had no electricity grids. Spending his last days as a teenager navigating airplaces over modernday myanmar, norman's life was about a search for going beyond Empire's colonisation , and big bet bigger nations demand to extract coal and steel even if warring over others . His surveys in The Economist had celebarted the rise of post-war oriental economies. In developing a post-colonial world thety were based on win-win models of world trade - from japan tp s korea to the superports of the region mainly coordinated by the Chinese diapora. Norman continued these surveys 1968-1977 - suprising americans with the deman that they celebrate their 3rd century by wanting human sustainability economics to be led out of asia pacific with the billion plus newly entreprenurial people on the chinese mainland being millennials centre of graity of all the most human that worldiwde digital and real communities could web. Imagine if from the start of the web a khan academy (starting with transcript modukes) had collected cases of compound risk. Imagine if some of thse had been required knowledge of 5th grade teachers as the people in ecery community that famiies trust most. Imagine of the number 1 bookmark on the web had linked people into these stories. That would have made the chnaced of human sustainbility much better than the west's current number 1 webs My family udated its stories in 1984 on wheher the way thise alive between 1984-2024 dedigned globalisation stayed proactively ahead of 10 exponential risks - one of which was transforming to green from carbon. The timelines and chapters are here. Actually our simplest timeline: by 2000 man will need to understand his greatest risk is the discrepacies in incomes and expectations between rich and poor nations.     
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A British economist, journalist and author, considered by some to have been one of the world's best forecasters when it came to economics and society. These forecasts mapped back to system designs mediated so that readers and entrepreneurial networks could exponentially calibrate shared alternative scenarios. He joined The Economist in 1949 and retired as its deputy chief editor in 1988. He foresaw the Pacific century, the reversal of nationalization of enterprises, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the spread of the internet, which were all published in the newspaper during his time there. Not to get bored, his first ten years in retirement produced the biography of Johnny Von Neumann (the mathematical father of computers and networks), a column for the UK Sunday Times, and a 'Heresy Column' for Fortune. He was the father of mathematician, marketing commentator, and author Chris Macrae. Their joint future history on death of distance in 1984 forecast that 2005-2015 would be humanity's most critical decade irreversibly impacting sustainability. In 1984, he wrote "The 2024 Report: a future history of the next 40 years". It was the first book to: provide readers with a brainstorming journey of what people in an internetworking world might do, and predict that a new economy would emerge with revolutionary new productivity and social benefits enjoyed by all who interacted in a net-connected world. In this book, he wrote: "Eventually books, files, television programmes, computer information and telecommunications will merge. We'll have this portable object which is a television screen with first a typewriter, later a voice activator attached. Afterwards it will be miniaturised so that your personal access instrument can be carried in your buttonhole, but there will be these cheap terminals around everywhere, more widely than telephones of 1984." 
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