g basic services ?
value debate 1.1; if you succeeded over a generation of breaking cycles of illiteracy and infant mortality, how much does the opportunity accelerate a generation later now that many a rural area that previously had no communications now is fully connected by mobile/e -(we'll return to celebrate this in week 5)
value debate 2 - what the wealthiest people in cities regards as academic training may have no relevance to job creation in villages - this was first understood by Gandhi- why is it that over 100 years later most of our world shows that there have been few advances in vocational training and hybrid teenager apprenticeships
-Sir Fazle Abed was voted as inaugural hall of fame winner at WISE oscars of education seen as learning for a living? is there any country in 21st Centiry where it will remain true that majority of jobs comes come about by youth passing exxaminations and waiting for employers to offer them a job?
exactly what information needs to be in a 12 minute presentation of a microfranchise so that communities desperating neding a solution to a similar challenge can work out whether this particular franchsies is openly replicable
The Economist first predicted in early 1980s that 30000 microfranchise solutions would need to be identified and massively celebrated if humanity was to sustain a global vilage network planet by applying these franchises was to :
ensure sustainability of every community on the planet
unite human race in celebrating achievement of millennium goals
help make 2010s the most productive , sustainable and heroic time for youth all ove the planet http://www.wholeplanet.tv
are politicians and the macroeconomists they hire helping or hindering this collaboration search in places that matter most to you?
when milllennium goal summits started to be hosted annualy from 1997, it was thought that Bangladeshi microcredit was a system design worth everyone getting to know. apart from this mooc can you recommend any 12 minute presentaions on exactly how the models of bangaldeshi microcredit worked before mobiles came to the villages?
true of false- in the original microcredit models, the design of microcredits was never separated from job-creating training
how do you define the most value multiplying purpose of banking for the ordinary villager or person in mian street? clue search out BRAC's role in the banks with values network
Global Alliance – For Banking on Values www.gabv.org/
sciplinary research at the intersection of the learning sciences and computer science. Inspired by the emergence of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and the accompanying huge shift in thinking about education, this conference was created by ACM as a new scholarly venue and key focal point for the review and presentation of the highest quality research on how learning and teaching can change and improve when done at scale.
"Learning at Scale" refers to new approaches for students to learn and for teachers to teach, when engaging large numbers of students, either in a face-to-face setting or remotely, whether synchronous or asynchronous, with the requirement that the techniques involve large numbers of students (where "large" is preferably thousands of students, but can also apply to hundreds in in-person settings). Topics include, but are not limited to: Usability Studies, Tools for Automated Feedback and Grading, Learning Analytics, Analysis of Log Data, Studies of Application of Existing Learning Theory, Investigation of Student Behavior and Correlation with Learning Outcomes, New Learning and Teaching Techniques at Scale.
Learning at Scale Conference Announced
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erty with those such as villagers who before mobile connectivity had the least infrastructure in the world -do we agree youth will need to facilitate conflict resolution such as open space and spiral dynamic app reporting? and how can this start to happen unless we face up to:---
Education is the most broken of top-down systems wherever it doesnt value livelihoods of under 30s. You dont need to agree with all of our top 12 innovation agendas- find one that matters to you and blobalyouthcommunity can guide you to other interconnecting creative challenges
2025: Valuing Under 30’s Sustainability - Which of these 12 transformations can you linkin first?
Healthy societies generate strong economies not vice versa
Education is Sustainability’s Only Economy –way above scarcities spun by zero sum of consuming things
POP Goal of education : learning for a living not theory’s standardized certificates
4000 fold more investment 2030 versus 1946 in distributing borderless knowhow can only multiply goodwill (youth friendships) IF …
Quest for www as smartest media in every way opposite to tv as dumbest media
Apps of everything other than big get bigger needed to blend virtual and real livelihood of every millennial
Families (creative children), not money, integral dynamic of human development
Global village democracy will need to free conscientious purposes of 20 biggest markets
POP21 Consider Bangladesh- Top 21 MOOCs of sustainability goals -editorial trust of entrepreneurial revolution of little Muslim sisters from region most likely to be drowned by climate crisis
Under 30s most exciting decade (united race to sustainability 2025) will need to empower half of the world living within 3000 miles of Beijing
Because places man made futures mostly determined by economists, Keynes 2 Hippocratic oaths end poverty, structure capital around family’s savings in next generation’s livelihoods out of every community
If man is not to be next dodo, urgent celebrations needed aligning system design around natures evolutionary rules: bottom up and open
nce 1972; Asia Pacific Youth End Poverty Century since 1962
Washington dC 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc twitter obamauni
Future of Open Education Curriculum celebrated 1984 out of The Economist after 12 years reporting access to the UK National Development Project in Computer Assisted Learning
#2030now world bank jim kim transcripts on defining social movements of net generation shared with 50000 alumni of first CTW MOOC
Gordon Dryden 2010: .vision 2020- update of The Economist's Norman Macrae 1984 first vis.....
Poverty Free World - Social Business - a step forward by Muhammad Yunus
Paper on The Economics Globalisation almost lost by Andrew Neil of ...BBC
Adam Smith, Science & Human Nature by Professor Skinner (The Principal of Glasgow University kindly hosted a joint remembrance party to Andrew Skinner and Norman Macrae)
online library of norman macrae--
Notes from Mandela University Fantasy Game started in 2001
Back in 1984 our youth economics and educators guide to net generation freedoms to 2025 anticipated that early in 21st C discrepancies in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations would compound humanity's greatest risks, and open education curricula crisis
MY0 MY1 MY2 MY3 MY4 MY5 MY6
KH1 KH2 KH3 KH4 KH5…
learning economics from an Indian correspondence course while navigating RAF planes over modern day Bangladesh in world war 2
Here is a catalogue of his named surveys in The Economist, part of over 2000 leaders which he wrote for the newspaper as its rising exponential impact progressed from 3rd ranke weekly journal in UK to global viewspaper. Norman's quest was for an economics that maximised the productive lifetime and sustainable interactions of everyone with a special focus on the worldwide's next generation -our children's children
The Economist 22 January 1972: The Next 40 Years -checklist
of macroeconomic eroors to fix if coming global finacial system
is not to collapse in 2010s
up in Americam heartland in a family who had fled North Korea and
The UK daughter Ophelia Dahl of the famous author Roalhd Dahl
Both Paul and Jim came from cultures "live your life for eternity" ; ; they met in Boston circa 1987 while Farmer was commuting between Haiti (where he had previously met Ophelia and started serving the poorest) and Harvard where he was taking his medical degree..
POP model of Partners in Health is the only model known to us where young world class medics have seen their calling as living with the poorest, aiming to solve their system challenges as well as health needs, and revelled in every way new technology could benefit poorest first. Paul Farmer goes further in explaining how POP culture of the kind Perui's Catholic faith practice orginator (since 1968) Father Gutierrez empowers joy something that young professionals seeing life and death of the poorest for the first time need a lot of support to mix such emnotional intelligences as love, hope, courage and joy.
I has been in delivering hope after presence at some of the developing world;s greatest challenges that PIH has attracted transfornational investment
In the peru of the late 1990s KIm helped pioneer local treatment of drug resisatnt TB but by making the case that TB and HIV could disatrously impact each other PIH was celebrated on the world stage and by investirs such as George Soros who wanted Kin's approach to be extended to Russuan Prisons. later when the earthquaje struck Haitia, PIH had bedome trusted to be the natiral choice to rebuild and henceforth pown the etaching hospital the quake had destroyed. see what Farmer has built
Through the 2000s Jim Kim started connecting movements of global health such as those needed to change pharma company policy on prices in the innovation of HIV abti-virals; he also befriemded Harvards doyen of value chain strategy Micael Porter persuading him for almsot the first time to remap a whole global market sectors social value chain integrated around POP. These days Boston stiudents join not only in PIH operations but various networks such as YPChronic making case for life-saving drugs affordability and universal access . Boston offers one of the few ecosystems in western world that is challenging paradigm of get bigger and more expensive
By 1984 The Economist was predicting one generation would become more connected by mobile networks than separated by history's distance. If continuing since 1946 to double spends on global village communications technologies was to sustain millennials, then knowledge sectors like health services should come down in cost
Looked back from 2015 the few other places that took on The Economist's challenge trained community health workers for the vilages but dindnt sned out world class doctors from the outset.
To see how this system was designed see BRAC where the foundations of women developing a poorest nation depended on the model originated in Bangladesh,. Here grassroots community health networking begot trust inc vlillage mothers to bank for the poor and invest in education of their children. In particular through knowhow networked advances in infant health such as oral rehydration mothers could plan smaller famjlies with rising health for their children and themselves
Market leadetship milk
Perfect francise aravind with larry brilliant
Yale village chieftain
Tv search for market purpose Africa 24tv
Will fashion4dev change fashion
9 sheikh mohammed
Place leadershiop dubai-
Place leadership ibraham prize
8 Jagdish Gandhi
Edu as #1 nation’s purpose
Heritage of kalam
Teach for world
Dubai summit 100mn dollar teacher
Will ng or khan change edu/ how will content brpoadband elearind nation
7 Taddy Blecher
Edu missing curriculula blecher Mandela extraner partners-
------------branson google Africa
adolescent health curricula
coding p2p Kenya
aflatoun – primary fin lit
amma and nanotech for poor
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POP change top down professions
Paul farmer partners in health
Zara sysyem cf1
Al Hathaway system/ cf1
5 George Soros
Economics maths errors soros
Bottom up multibationals polka
4 Muhammad Yunus
Systen stories 1
Mashable social hgood summit
Skoll social world championships
3 Harrison Owen
System stories 2
2 Tim Berners Lee
Many mit cases
1 Jack Ma
Web East Ma
Leapfrog models-ali baba supopky chain
Leading china apps
Tsinghua Ali Research youth opportunity center
500 wome 1776 ihub
china mooc building
acumen novigratz –patienst caloitla
john Mackey conscoius capitalism
Nigeria flying doctors
<nyt_text><nyt_correction_top>LORD knows there’s a lot of bad news in the world today to get you down, but there is one big thing happening that leaves me incredibly hopeful about the future, and that is the budding revolution in global online higher education. Nothing has more potential to lift more people out of poverty — by providing them an affordable education to get a job or improve in the job they have. Nothing has more potential to unlock a billion more brains to solve the world’s biggest problems. And nothing has more potential to enable us to reimagine higher education than the massive open online course, or MOOC, platforms that are being developed by the likes of Stanford and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and companies like Coursera and Udacity.
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Last May I wrote about Coursera — co-founded by the Stanford computer scientists Daphne Koller and Andrew Ng — just after it opened. Two weeks ago, I went back out to Palo Alto to check in on them. When I visited last May, about 300,000 people were taking 38 courses taught by Stanford professors and a few other elite universities. Today, they have 2.4 million students, taking 214 courses from 33 universities, including eight international ones.
Anant Agarwal, the former director of M.I.T.’s artificial intelligence lab, is now president of edX, a nonprofit MOOC that M.I.T. and Harvard are jointly building. Agarwal told me that since May, some 155,000 students from around the world have taken edX’s first course: an M.I.T. intro class on circuits. “That is greater than the total number of M.I.T. alumni in its 150-year history,” he said.
Yes, only a small percentage complete all the work, and even they still tend to be from the middle and upper classes of their societies, but I am convinced that within five years these platforms will reach a much broader demographic. Imagine how this might change U.S. foreign aid. For relatively little money, the U.S. could rent space in an Egyptian village, install two dozen computers and high-speed satellite Internet access, hire a local teacher as a facilitator, and invite in any Egyptian who wanted to take online courses with the best professors in the world, subtitled in Arabic.
YOU just have to hear the stories told by the pioneers in this industry to appreciate its revolutionary potential. One of Koller’s favorites is about “Daniel,” a 17-year-old with autism who communicates mainly by computer. He took an online modern poetry class from Penn. He and his parents wrote that the combination of rigorous academic curriculum, which requires Daniel to stay on task, and the online learning system that does not strain his social skills, attention deficits or force him to look anyone in the eye, enable him to better manage his autism. Koller shared a letter from Daniel, in which he wrote: “Please tell Coursera and Penn my story. I am a 17-year-old boy emerging from autism. I can’t yet sit still in a classroom so [your course] was my first real course ever. During the course, I had to keep pace with the class, which is unheard-of in special ed. Now I know I can benefit from having to work hard and enjoy being in sync with the world.”
One member of the Coursera team who recently took a Coursera course on sustainability told me that it was so much more interesting than a similar course he had taken as an undergrad. The online course included students from all over the world, from different climates, incomes levels and geographies, and, as a result, “the discussions that happened in that course were so much more valuable and interesting than with people of similar geography and income level” in a typical American college.
Mitch Duneier, a Princeton sociology professor, wrote an essay in The Chronicle of Higher Education in the fall about his experience teaching a class through Coursera: “A few months ago, just as the campus of Princeton University had grown nearly silent after commencement, 40,000 students from 113 countries arrived here via the Internet to take a free course in introductory sociology. ... My opening discussion of C. Wright Mills’s classic 1959 book, ‘The Sociological Imagination,’ was a close reading of the text, in which I reviewed a key chapter line by line. I asked students to follow along in their own copies, as I do in the lecture hall. When I give this lecture on the Princeton campus, I usually receive a few penetrating questions. In this case, however, within a few hours of posting the online version, the course forums came alive with hundreds of comments and questions. Several days later there were thousands. ... Within three weeks I had received more feedback on my sociological ideas than I had in a career of teaching, which significantly influenced each of my subsequent lectures and seminars.”
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Agarwal of edX tells of a student in Cairo who was taking the circuits course and was having difficulty. In the class’s online forum, where students help each other with homework, he posted that he was dropping out. In response, other students in Cairo in the same class invited him to meet at a teahouse, where they offered to help him stay in the course. A 15-year-old student in Mongolia, who took the same class as part of a blended course and received a perfect score on the final exam, added Agarwal, is now applying to M.I.T. and the University of California, Berkeley.
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As we look to the future of higher education, said the M.I.T. president, L. Rafael Reif, something that we now call a “degree” will be a concept “connected with bricks and mortar” — and traditional on-campus experiences that will increasingly leverage technology and the Internet to enhance classroom and laboratory work. Alongside that, though, said Reif, many universities will offer online courses to students anywhere in the world, in which they will earn “credentials” — certificates that testify that they have done the work and passed all the exams. The process of developing credible credentials that verify that the student has adequately mastered the subject — and did not cheat — and can be counted on by employers is still being perfected by all the MOOCs. But once it is, this phenomenon will really scale.
I can see a day soon where you’ll create your own college degree by taking the best online courses from the best professors from around the world — some computing from Stanford, some entrepreneurship from Wharton, some ethics from Brandeis, some literature from Edinburgh — paying only the nominal fee for the certificates of completion. It will change teaching, learning and the pathway to employment. “There is a new world unfolding,” said Reif, “and everyone will have to adapt.”
some of our diary notes which we kept as an untidy blog *mainly as an aise memoire)
hursday, September 4, 2014
series -where to millennium goal summit to network what micropcreditsummit banned
related refernces : search for summits honoring post 2015 millennials goals
1 open tech networks of microbanking
typical current dialogue
estelle jean claude founded www.puddle.org - its in the kiva group out of san francisco; anna in san diego is one of its lead users for ending poverty in hispanic communities
jeanclaude - estelle's father in paris invested several of the technologies of transmitting money- after seeing banks abuse his work in credit cards his last 10 years has tried to keep these inventions out of big bank hands http://www.tagattitude.fr/en/
one of the mistakes estelle and I made was assuming muhammad yunus would be interested in this technology- we met him and his tech people several times but there wasnt even a beginning of a conversation; when we first did this around 2008 estelle as film journalist was interning with the lady vivienne who had first signed rights to make an epic film of yunus - another mistake- instead film of obama's mother leadership of womenworld banking indonesia is now out; there are rumors that vivienne's next gig will rereview whats been learnt in new orleans
these days paris convergences2015.org coordinated by tech teams around eg michael knaute discusses technology (and whether there are open licence versions that can support peoples futures of banks) in all the ways that microcreditsummit refuses to do- I am not sure about eg african test areas of eonnet's technology because they made mali a key test area before the country's troubles
hope there is some relevant group on both sides of atlamtic interested in some of this
cheers chris macrae linkedin skype chrismacraedc
ps when it comes to open banking tech the biggest irony of all is that all the tech wizards who designed cashless banking convene through MIT but as far as I know the only conventional microcredit leader they trust is brac's sir fazle abed- this has been a 20 yera muddle in the making caused by all the ways agents of yunus and microcreditsummit specialise in closed fund raising not the open tech youth needed to take sustainable banking to the epicentre of net generation goals
7:22 am edt
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Can Youth Help David Slay the Macroeconomics Giant
unite the poverty muesum race! last of 4 quarters to slay macroeconomics -youths backup deadline colaboration networks checkout #2025now #2030NOW, across usa #2015NOW
12:15 pm edt
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
#2015now- world's biggest question - how to find sponsors to sell youth's futures to?
Stranger than social fiction - back in 1997 when microcreditsummit started so the ten millon village mothers who had invested their lives in a community banked aimed at ending illiteracy of their children might have hoped this question would have been pivotal to how the world series of millenniu goal summits progressed. Let's make the question fully values youth in inking in the last 4 youth summits before the 2015 goals end
CNN’s hero of the year competition extended to some superhero mentors starting with Muhammad Yunus in 2013; in parallel Ted Turner’s Billion dollar funding of UN Foundation was one of the first to ask what would Atlanta need to do become the favorite virtual and real future capital of youth and yunus. To which dr yunus replied: provide a benchmark for twin cities in youth job creation expos and millennium goal celebrations - and do this #2015now (ie before end of 2015) and empower hundreds of HBUC alumni to twin with Cape Town October 2014 where youth can celebrate action learning the 21st C legacy of Mandela as well as the 20th C Legacy of Gandhi’s whole truth interventions for designing nations around livelihoods of 99% of the people which started out of S. Africa in 1906
8:30 am edt
Saturday, February 22, 2014
benchmarking where alumni clubs are best for student livelihoods
Here is our lab for student livelihood clubs in Washington DC - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wsYgDtIfM0cPMHncbmHKE6KsM97pJHq...
2014 YES UDC STUDENTS CAN - our dream : youth unite goodwill networks of obama, luther king and mandela in community job creation everywhere
- if we can linkin 3 movements through university of district of columbia it can't be so bad for student futures:anywhere
#2015 - in an age of 50000 mooc of jim kim’s social action movements can: follow jim kim's top 25 stories of 2014-2015 here ... 1 2 gangnamstyle -references optimism is a moral choice of development economists 1 2 3 and youth summits and ...
2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB NeXcelerator Whole plan.docx, 439 KB
1 back in sept 2012 yunus inspired 1000 of us at udc- he started a 3 year march to atlanta where 25000 real students are invited to connect livelihood networks with millions MOOC & webcasting
take away what you like out of the collaboration blog http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com or ask tuskegee’s innovation director dr bhuiyan who is responsible for both 2012 and 2015 yunus events or ask email@example.com to send you the job vacancies dr bhuiyan and the new yunus foundation out of Atlanta are announcing -reference book by founder of tuskegee booker t washington
2 #2020now connect with alumni of the 5 virtually free universities in johannesburg and their plan to extend entrepreneur curriculum to 14 million children across the nations schools and regenerate 1 million jobs by 2020
-search for taddy blecher, branson, google partnerships or ask firstname.lastname@example.org for a guided bookmark tour - and see if your diary fits with our quarterly skypes with Taddy and other world leading pro-youth educators
3 DC citzens are hosting the first ever USA-Africa Diaspora summit 17 May 2014- how can UDC livelihood networks join in - is the start of a worldwide youth livelihoods diaspora network ready to collab round
we welcome you copying those actions you like to your nearest youth future capital
-we are also exploring other lans- MIT remains the world's number 1 job creating alumni club in the world but not every studsnt can access 25 yeras if buikding a showcase of every future industry within a square mile of kendall station the way MIT has! still MIT's open education policy remains the best dynamic the net generation can hope for in university world as of 2014
down in miami - we have hispanic labs of chnage world amplitude- incuding the leading open social business curriculum and coming soon linkin to te number 1 nanocredit experiments in the americas -more of the raw notes from our friends exploits at the bottom of USA below:
Bernardo wrote Yes as soon as I get to Miami i will move very fast, In march i will be in South Africa, Cote d`Ivory and R. of Congo. I will also have a back to office report (BTOR) to you
Bernardo good luck -however if any brainstorm comes to you as to what poorest hispanic women first need to connect across the entire american continent on free mobile - eg safety line against abuse please tell naila as her march journey through ireland switzerland, LA and kenya is about signing up such a franchise and testing if carlos slim will lay on poorest womens terms
If you are passing through johannesburg tell us and we'll see if we can linkin taddy-by the way mostofa has just finished a week in lucknow understanding how they are redesigning entrepreneur and sustainability curriculum for 50000 children citymontessori Jgandhi globaledu
they are proposing taddy and they meet in august? to swap notes- I guess that is phase 1 of many phases at which youth summits swaps notes on entrepreneurship
I am desperately trying to involve china, korea, and japan in similar note swapping , and ultimately notes are effectively swapped when they are up in 9 minute modules like khan's
TO MOOCYUNUS OR NOT
I sort of feel that when yunus sees this page of khans he will see how far he's got behind with nursing college even as that becomes the first card for millions of youth to viralise; similarly millions of youth are now viralising jim kims knowhow on what youth's most collaborative social movements really do below the radar
Also between now and june its essential www.microcredit.tv to share short transcripts on how the real microcredits work; if jim kim gets to the annual results conference and find they are still spamming the whole world bank with fund microcredits no matter what they are do there will be an unhappy ending to everything micro financial
email@example.com washington dc hotline 1 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc
11:27 am est
Saturday, September 15, 2012
ad lib with hugh sinclair - whistleblower of some troubling things inside some MFIs and fundsFrom: Microfinance Heretic <microfinanceheretic@> To: christopher macrae <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Saturday, 15 September 2012, 11:17 Subject: Re: Fw: From Hugh Sinclair -if microcredit cant save the world can student entrepreneur competition networks See www.microfinancetransparency.com Plus the blog. See also a major press release just out: http://100millionideas.org/2012/09/12/learning-from-a-heretic/ This is from one of the most senior people in the entire MF community worldwide issuing a veiled endorsement for the book. I have been in touch with two CEOs of major MIVs in the last 24 hours congratulating me, supporting me and wanting to work with me. You need to read the book. Believe me, this is not an elaborate attempt to rustle up an extra book sale! There is a TV show watched by 250.000 people coming out on Sep 28th about the book, and media coverage is going to go through the ceiling, this is now a major, major problem for the entire MF sector - or rather for the unscrupulous, deceptive and exploitative MIVs and MFIs that are clearly named in the book with original names and all supporting evidence provided on the website, and the head man of the sector has stood up and NOT refuted the facts, but decided to take concerted action. Welcome to the revolution. Hugh
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xMilken Institute Yunus has been described by BusinessWeek as one of the "greatest entrepreneurs of all time." He received a bachelor's degree and a master's degree from the University of Dhaka and a Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University.
Panels:Financing Social Entrepreneurs: Transformative Models for the Future Revolutionizing Health Care and Research in the Developing World Grameen AmericaBy invitation only Business Innovations That Are Changing the World
Business Innovations That Are Changing the World
Speakers:Eric Schmidt, Chairman and CEO, Google Inc.Craig Venter, Founder and President, J. Craig Venter Institute; Co-Founder and CEO, Synthetic Genomics Inc.Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, 2006; Managing Director, Grameen Bank
Moderator:Michael Milken, Chairman, Milken Institute; Chairman, FasterCures / The Center for Accelerating Medical Solutions
Some of the most inventive minds in business are harnessing the power of technology and the markets to create sweeping shifts in the way we live, work and interact. By combining top-notch intellectual talent with non-traditional approaches, bold ideas, major investments and cutting-edge technology, they are innovating on a grand scale. Our panelists will discuss how pioneering business ventures can drive social change.
eed to unite more cage around all of us than any in its history if sustainability goals are to be interacted by our human race
About 8 years ago I stated a web site http:/.2015sustainability.com - i was trying to monitor which summits most connected citizens in the millennium goals. i think from the end of the year I will mainly use the web to catalogue which on-demand open learning campus materials unite citizens/millennials round knowhow needed to action sustainability goals . All ideas on how we can collaborate at both the local and the global level are most welcome
3. Growth within Planetary Boundaries
To achieve sustainable development, countries need to achieve three goals simultaneously: economic growth, broad-based social inclusion, and environmental sustainability. While many countries have “solved” the growth puzzles, few have succeeded in achieving all three aspects of sustainable development.
The Planetary Boundaries
The Planetary Boundaries 21 min
Growth Dynamics 18 min
The Case of Energy
The Case of Energy 22 min
The Case of Food
The Case of Food 20 min
The Case of Population
The Case of Population 22 min
Growth within Planetary Boundaries10 questions
Entrepreneurial Revolution - an investigation started at The Economist in the 1970s as to whether intergenerational investments in future systems would empower the net generation to be exponentially sustainable. Surveys of the next 40 years asked questions of 2015-2025 such as:
Would the global financial system be designed to sustain or collapse local communities?
Would 2015-2025 be the under 30s most exciting and productive time to be alive as they linked in sustainability of the human race. Would the parts of the Western hemisphere that advanced the industrial revolution's empires demand that its politicians, professions and academics "happily get out of the way of the sustainability generation being led by the half of youth living within 3000 miles of Beijing"?
POP -Preferential Option Poor
Would every community's most trusted practitioners be educator, health servant and banker.
What would be the top 50 MOOCS that freed access of action learning of sustainability goals as worldwide youth's most joyful collaboration through way above zero-sum models of wporldsocialtrade? This web makes the cases that the Abed family needs to be youth's number 1 hero to MOOC with - we always love to hear who your vote for number 1 MOOC is -text usa 240 316 8157 family of unacknowledged giant
3 how community clean energy microfranchises became the number 1 educational curriculum that the chinese authorities invited the world to co-blog
more coming soon
4 cashless bank-a-billion -a project of the global banks with values network
5 orphanage networks as the world's most inspired jobs agency network and home of financial literacy mooc
6 bottom-up EAgri: designing a collaboration portal on the top 30 crops that need to be mobilised by local value chain maps so that hard working nutrition workers are sustainable however small their farming assets and however variable a particular season's climate
7 what do BRAC's barefoot professionals linkin so that village organisations are collaboratively resilient whatever nature-made or man-made disasters popup
Special child health, nutrition, family and educational development series:
*The First 1000 Days
*Choices to make the first 2 years after primary
BRAC has more staff grounded round the child and parent-eye view of these challenges in the poorest communities than anyone else. Their collaboration knowhow is as valuable as body of knowhow that I have come across in studying societies' value multiplying needs in over 40 countries
Ideas on freeing media to cenebrate the pro-youth economic models which richest need to learn from poorest to genenerate the:
next billion green jobs
next billion family/community sustaining jobs
next billion open technology jobs most worthy of our borderless and interconnected futures
contribute to survey of world's other favorite moocs-40th annual top 10 league table