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connects open space china, tsingua, youth conscious architects un, youth networks of 17 goals, vatican intergenerational world championships, chilicon valley friendships, creative childrens first 20 years of olympiads and asian interests in this, the 4 lanuages confidences any youth concerened with socialworldtrade needs to enjoy - chiense, english, moither tongue and coding, the main colaboration hubs across hemispheres
the world's number 1 leapfrog models and coders of women4empowerment and youth4empowerment and MIT boston and legatum dubai and blum berkeley with the dubai annual search for 100 youth leaders to fund in run up top expo 2020 and coordinated by dubai's 22 yera old minster of youth
; the 50% of humanity living on 1% of planet within 3000 miles of beijing who will ultimately be seminal in all sustainability solutions the world of under30s collaborate around intime- and all partners in development economics mapped round valuing under 30s open everything leadership
Regarding Ashden, I think that they are a good fit with us. Ashden focuses on sustainable energy entrepreneurs, EmeraldPlanet on 1000 best green practices and Jobenomics on Energy Technology Revolution (ETR) small business and job creation. I attached a copy of the ETR. Merging all three templates might be an interesting discussion. Feel free to pursue with your Ashden associates.
Regarding BRAC, I am supporting you, do as you think best.
Regarding Trump, Jobenomics supports any candidate (federal, state, local) who is interested in small business and job creation. Trump’s position as the Republican presumptive nominee does not impact what we are doing. However, we hope his campaign adds small business development to his big business emphasis.
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