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


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

 December 12th marks the five-year anniversary of the Paris Agreement, and coinciding with this, is a renewed opportunity for the future of U.S. climate action. With this anniversary and hopeful opportunity presented by the Biden-Harris administration, it felt fitting to share how four higher education institutions joined the Climate Leadership Network during a tumultuous 2020. Vassar College and Miami University both signed the Climate Commitment deep into the global COVID-19 pandemic. Aligning climate action and public health and signaling the importance by making an institutional commitment to eliminating operational greenhouse gas emissions and enhancing overall resilience and adaptive capacity to withstand climate impacts. The University of Pittsburgh and the St. Mary's College of California both joined the Climate Leadership Network right before the pandemic took hold in the United States. Even as they were responding and adapting to new operations, they were able to keep momentum and approve their Climate Action Plans during the summer. Hear from these four higher education institutions on why and how they joined the Climate Leadership Network and the benefits, opportunities, and challenges each have experienced in their climate action journey. The presentations will each be 10 minutes, with much of the focus being on Q&A. Speakers: - Aurora Sharrard, Director of Sustainability, University of Pittsburgh [Carbon Commitment] - Ann Drevno, Director of Sustainability & Roy Wensley, DeSt. Mary's College of California [Climate Commitment] - Dr. Adam Sizemore, Director of Sustainability & Dr. Jonathan Levy, Associate Professor and Director of Institute for Environment and Sustainability, Miami University [Climate Commitment] - Micah Kenfield, Director of Sustainability, Vassar College [Climate Commitment] This webinar is free and open to the public. If you are not available on the day of the program, you can still register and a link to the recorded program will automatically be sent to you.

Monday, December 7, 2020

 world economic forum catalogues various kinds of green city associations as part of its ir4 future series in this report

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

soros bard osun 5 youth-edu metanetwors clarified todays zoom

 1. Climate Science and Policy (Including but not limited to the Solve Climate By 2030 project) -big zoom expected early april

2. Regenerative Cities
3. Community Science Lab (student environmental science on real world problems)
4. Carbon Footprinting and Offset Projects (how to build student and institutional capacity)

5 storytelling - forgotten voices including native populations- empowering teens with constructive action stories to viralise- live b ythrougfh community service- transnational civic and village engagement

bloomberg esgs and all that jazz

 1 dec 2020 bloomberg sustaiability summit day 2

midday Speakers  -declouet panel - blackstone reduce prtfolio emissions over next 3 years linkto canada bank and vancouver mayor