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Friday, August 19, 2016

so many green connections that only his bbc colleagues, british council and he can make more than their parts

happy to meet him almost anywhere- obviously there are some places - east coast cities, london, geneva or beijiong where i could probably get a cluster of people to meet him

there's got tp be a way he and gordon brown and fazle abed can turn green into an open curriculum instead of all this false competition over youth's green opportunities

chris 
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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

what green china resources can we give bbc;'s main green broadcaster

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Monday, August 8, 2016

Do you see the CITE lab at MIT as connected with jobenomics and integral purpose of green tv. I too am bothered by students experimenting with hundreds of separated solar projects not how the whole needs to scale


ardoso moved to the U.N. headquarters in Rome, where he was privy to the high-level funding decisions that eventually trickle down to the local level. The experience, along with a chance meeting with the late MIT professor Alice Amsden, who taught a class he was taking, motivated Cardoso to apply to a PhD program at MIT.
“In theory you have all these projects, all these amazing things that are supposed to happen, but they don't, the execution doesn't work out,” says Cardoso. “And I was like, I have to understand that pattern.”
Combining theory and practice
At MIT, Cardoso has embraced the opportunity to combine theory and practice, while also working to understand the growing role of technology in communities worldwide. Cardoso, who works with Bish Sanyal, the Ford International Professor of Urban Development and Planning, has mainly been involved in a project called the Comprehensive Initiative on Technology Evaluation, or CITE.
“The idea is one simple technology can have this huge impact on someone's well-being,” explains Cardoso. “But today there are a lot of technologies out there such as solar lanterns or water filters, and there's no way to systematically evaluate what works and what doesn't work on the ground.”
With CITE, Cardoso and the project’s other team members are working to develop an objective methodology to assess the usefulness of various technologies. To assess a product, CITE focuses on three main categories: suitability (does the technology work properly?), scalability (can the technology actually reach the consumers?), and sustainability (will the technology create a long-lasting impact, and will the business model supporting it survive long-term?). For the past five years, Cardoso and the rest of the CITE team have been organizing pilot studies all over the world, from solar lanterns in Uganda to water filters in India, and now they are in the process of compiling their results and developing the best methodology.

Saturday, July 23, 2016

These questions concern amy's special powers on storytelling and sir fazle's on disaster

1 storytelling - amy for 33 years now dad norman macrae and i have argued human sustainability will depend on massively opening space for and viralising jobs good news storytelling. The first day i met you i thought storytelling was your special power- ok i am arrogant but its because of that perception that I am quite proud of many of the people i have introduced you to. So here is a series of questons- next weekend may be the last time you, me and yuxuan can be toigether to skype people. Should we see if we can arrange a skype to ask chuck one last time if he was offering you a job conditional on what goals. If not chuck, how about a skype asking whether he you ian ryder, john caswell and me need to meet to discuss whether we have enought contacts at bbc and british council to pitch why they need you. There are particular connections on the billion jobs of green -which muhamad yunus club of astronauts want universityofstarsgaran  prince charles wants , lord sainsbury's daughter wants , what 3 bbc tv presenters she knows (and mostofa, burgess and i have contacted want that),  ambassador networks of the british council want, royal societies of georgarphy and arts want - action networking good jobs news is the number 1 skill britain's bbc could be marketing in a world where its separation from the Europe has put all of its youth's international partbers at risk.  Wherever rotten politics or rotten banking has ended up erecting trade or other walls between nationsglobal youth networking jobs good news is the antidote to make characters like trump and hilary redundant  (ironically vested interest mass tv media democracy is even worse than communism often was because ultimately its the same broken system of designing a nation around a few people's top down planning and tv inflated egos -zero chances of human sustainability in spiralling that). Its what youth of green brunei want, what the youth ambassador to king of cambodia want - both of whom you had breakfast with day 1 of 3 at world bank summit on youth in development, and who want to help dubai build uae youth's connections round the world

Stateside we know sam wants green tv; naila and rosa parks lawyer fred gray knows the family that founded CNN wants that; at the IADB's 2014 version of demand solutions they sent their youngest latino producer to compoetre the summit.. John Kiehl has said he wants to design an app that datamines all the datawebs with green news which summarises what those tv stations know in usable opportunity form. Rosalia who hosts quite year 1 Unhabitat review of goal 11 has often told me she wished green education curricula could free bith children and teachers- after all she is the past ;presidnt of ecuador and ecuador was where darwin's field srudied theory of natiral selection and evolution/survival of fittest. David firth 15 years ago used to be a leader of open spaces applied to this area with support from leading naturalists at the university of bath and at that time the UK maheo networks most connecetd to gunter paukli's blue green economy's jobs.

Bangladesh's and the world's number 1 expert on bottom-up disaster resilience
As sustaionability girls greatest value multiplying system designer this is one of sir fazle's abed families top 10 skills and opportunity curricula for girls and community buodlers. Have we searched out in chiense which beijing poverty allevitaion organsiation also has official permission for bottom-up disaster networking - this has 3 components- 3 reslilience preparedness of communituies, 2 actual dusater releif, 1 uniting all cultuitres the development relief could turn into development. Oddly enough jim kim wouldnt be wjhere he is today if it wasnt for the youth exchnage connections between medical skills and the stage that disaster relief can turn into development. This could/should have been a primary opportunity for globasl youth at vatican to be linking in now.



Tuesday, May 10, 2016

CELEBRATING THE TREASURE OF YOUTH WORLDWIDE
help us linkin the www.jobenomics.com world series of job creation- out of usa this starts by indentifying 10 million jobs of green educations and 10 million jobs of apps of clooud computing

as we travel the world we expect some nations like china to feature far greater numbers of job creation but better yet this is a way above zero-sum game for youth; when you watch countries jobenomics side by side ideas for more community-deep jobs will be easy to generate
I am confused because i look at leading features of emerald planet and Ashden Awards, sustainable and renewable energy in the UK and developing world and often they seem to be different but that may be because i dont understand the search of emerald planet. Lord Sainsbury's daughter runs ashden is an extended friend of mine - and so amy - because dad used to play tennis with lord sainsbury (also a major shareholder of The Economist) 

rather randomly i was looking at ashden's 2016 award winners to be celebrated in 3 weeks time- i found story of sun king- founded by a student in 2005 in us but from india- now installed solar for 4 million households in off grid world , and mention of this white house summit october 2015 https://www.greenlightplanet.com/en/2015/11/green-light-planet-on-capitol-hill/ (wonder who linked in what there)

i couldnt find this in emerald planet
Specific questions:
when chuck says if amy searches out enough partnerships in high quality jobenomics tv series, may be you will find her a job, is ashden's leadership goodwill something amy should be spending some time on; when john says he is thinking of writing an app to crawl across collaborative websites of green - is that a lot of work and to do that does one need special permissions from the web owners?

Sorry if these are naiive questions -this is just an example of one of 100 connections i have which i wish i could pass on to the 4 of you's mutual/sustainable benefit
BONUS QUESTION
it gets much more complicated if i then ask could all of that benefit chinese youth team  who are TRYING (oops if King's concap lecture correct last night who WILL) interface multidimensional partnerships with brac's 100000 community coaches of apps that end poverty by creating jobs for poorest

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