diary to cop26 glasgow nov 2021..
next zoom curriculum jan 25-6 ban ki moon
***previous curriculum bloomberg and global investor diaries next event 30 nov 2020
***economist asia diary of two thirds of beings -year 60
***green AI diary
***other un green diary
***bbc nature, prince charles and scots green diaries smitian year 260 of man & machines
***vatican uni and club rome green diary
***bidenuni green diary
***amazon-latin am diary
***uae expo and edu-future diary
***university coalition green-mba
===other and intro above
big debates: unilever carbon rainbow twitter 1..1ospace.JPG

join our co-editors at http://openspacetech.blogspot.com if you wish to celebrate sustainability goals empowered by youthful community builders -help link 100 top places for youth jobs creation

download practice of peace chaps 1,2 by harrison owen found open space

2016 Diary of Millennial Sustainability Exchanges - add one isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com Brooklyn: & Moores Million youth social solutions world January; &Kenya 28 January; more www.economistuniversity.com


Friday, January 22, 2021

  if there is climate justice it seems that elon musk became the world's richest man as a south african hated for most of his time by wall street but treated as a rickstar in hong kong where he is attributed to starting the nations startup culture after the 2015 launch of sdgs and china -

but today he takes a giant leap beyond borders with 100 million dollar launch of a beyond carbon competition - in biden week 1 full of poetry and hopeful talk here we have an entrepreneurial  walk

EA writes -lets hope biden first 100 days start with contextualising biggest climate challenge to each g7 leader-ending trudeau's keystone nightmare is a great start for america the green and pleasant land

Friday, January 8, 2021

 hello everyone i had 2 main questions from thursday - 1) are the data collections bitss searches for related to the data that artificial intel experts search for- it seems to me as soon as you call something ai  you get more access to funds but one of the challenges is which funds are truly social and which the opposite - i recommend this part of the united nation tech genii https://aiforgood.itu.int/ as trying to transparently open society and data- love to know any other sdg-platforms freeing data - my other question while i understand usa and china have some differences i would still love to see an overview systems map of exactly what data did china use to end covid - i do realise we cant do data way chinese govenrment can but as a pure maths and systems exercise what did it take to end covid with data? if anyone has seen a bookmark on this would help me a lot- thks chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk currently locked down in bethesda near national institute of health- trying to prepare data and everything for youth day cop26  nov 6 glasgow union building -1984 co-author on sustainability network deadlines www.2025report.com questions always welcome

AI for Good Global Summit 2020AI for Good Global Summit 2020
We have less than 10 years to solve the SDGs and AI holds great promise. The AI for Good Global Summit is THE leading action-oriented, global & inclusive United Nations platform on AI. The Summit is organized by the ITU with XPRIZE Foundation, in partnership with UN Sister Agencies, Switzerland and ACM. (2 MB)

Wednesday, January 6, 2021


Counting down

days until the Climate Adaptation Summit 2021

CAS 2021 animation video

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Our climate is changing.
Droughts, floods, heatwaves, wildfires, and sea level rise
mean we need to change with it.
We need to learn to work together to become more resilient.
We must adapt.


That is why the Netherlands is hosting the world’s first Climate Adaptation Summit
on January 25, 2021.
Heads of state, the scientific community,
the private sector, international organisations, and youth groups
will meet online to help the world prepare better
for the effects of climate change.
We will launch an agenda for the coming decade to accelerate adaptation action.
Be an early adapter and join us for the Climate Adaptation Summit.

[The Climate Adaptation Summit 2021 logo appears in the upper left corner of the screen. On-screen text:
Join us for the Climate Adaptation Summit
25-26 January 2021
Online worldwide


CAS 2021: Accelerating Adaptation Action

Our planet is getting warmer, which has a growing impact on our societies and economies. We need to adapt to a new, more extreme climate.

The online international Climate Adaptation Summit (CAS) 2021 on 25 and 26 January, hosted by the Netherlands, convenes global leaders and local stakeholders. It will see the launch of a comprehensive Adaptation Action Agenda that sets out clear commitments to deliver concrete new endeavours and partnerships to make our world more resilient to the effects of climate change.

Over the course of 24 hours, a range of events streamed from time zones across the globe will inspire change and support tangible solutions to the problems of a warming world, showing how we can achieve a climate-resilient future.

Take a sneak preview of the CAS 2021 programme and be sure to join.

Saturday, January 2, 2021


MIT Water Innovation Prize 2020 Winner, David Dellal, was named to Forbes 30 Under 30.  He is the founder of Floe, a company reshaping building maintenance through a sustainable and automated solution to ice dams.  Floe was also the second prize winner in last year's Water Innovation Prize.  To read more about David and to see the full list of winners, please read here.
Follow the MIT Water Club on Instagram to keep up with club activities and to learn more about how water touches our lives with our weekly Water Wednesday posts!

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

 diary to cop26 glasgow nov 2021..and worldwide youth day glasgow university union saturday 6 november 

next zoom curriculum jan 25-6 ban ki moon 
***previous curriculum bloomberg and global investor diaries next event 30 nov 2020

---related human development curriculum
goal 1 -end poverty -
 curriculum 1.1 village- those who began the 3rd quarter of 20th century with no acceess to electricity grids - roughly 60% of the world's people - about 46% asia; 9% africa ;4% latin america ;1% selected from island nations
curriculum 1.2 - discuss other reasons for being born with little chance of making the most of life - eg skin color in usa  - we need to list contexts before we can search for solutions that may be common or specific

jargon by green we mean going beyond use of carbon - being the first generation that is sustaining the planet for future generations

by AI - generally we mean linking all new technologies since the birth of the UN 1945 - more specifically experts mean any data set that computers are developing their own learning from 

by humanising ai we mean apps and platforms of ai where the cojputer is assisting 

potentially related resources

***economist asia diary of two thirds of beings -year 60
un summit ai in education
***green AI diary  -here are some green videos from the un's arest ai faculty
***other un green diary
***bbc nature, prince charles and scots green diaries smitian year 260 of man & machines
***vatican uni and club rome green diary
***bidenuni green diary
***amazon-latin am diary
***uae expo and edu-future diary
***university coalition green-mba
===other and intro above

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

 will https://www.fsb-tcfd.org/ turn out to be big business green new deal with all the peoples

how can we make climate urgency issue not just of elites but lives matter movements - black/brown scholars of environmental sciences

lammy totnes backbench mp real hero- see lammys tedtalk

climate understanding by us gov also racial/colonial igorrance problem

who are the other players of wilson debate

esg at wilson center.oefg

truth is good and bad climate decisions are hyper local



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give black and brwon communities as much power to make local decisions as whites - nd we probably wouldnt have dirty emissions

Monday, December 14, 2020

 boston secondnature.org helping thousands of college admins benchmark race to zero carbon