ByeBye 2010s. Musical hello Tokyo & HKYP & 5G sustainability 2020s - findings :: recommendations :: conclusions -Hudson Instit: video would 5G exist without china :: NM new economics foundation 5 4 3 2 1 0 nov 22 ban-ki moon race girls sdg Uni
welcome to hubbing through dhaka baltimore glasgow beijing hk ny state singapore vienna dc .and wherever under 50s can humanise AI to end poverty and map where the most valuable goals humanity has ever served are celebrated in every minute od scolarship and perforiming communal good

norman macrae foundation - The Economist's sud-editor of ending poverty in post-colonial post-industrial world welcomes you to GAMES of : love AI and youth: roll on Industrial Revolution 4 -ref Year 48 Entrepreneurial Revolution started #TheEconomist 1972 14 May 2017 beijing hosts mapmakers summit - ONE BELT

Why not every community be a great place for next girl to be born free? Most of global youth's next 3 billion jobs will come from collaborative action networking of sustainability goals-

jargon: POP =Preferential Option Poor ie leapfrog with each of Moore's 5G 4G 3G 2G 1G

Sunday, July 3, 2022

 Were you ever taught that 80% of world trade is by sea? And its integral to human sustainability to understand how the oceans and coastal belts fit together

Lets go back to the start of millenno=ium 2. Ove the next 500 yeras 2 main trading seasd emerged - 

the meditarrean of white europenas and africans and west asians (the old world's continets has a landbridge to the continents ); and the sea from japan passing what we now call korea and the north china coastline through to the river which shanghai connects and down which we find hangzhou- the city marco polo decsribed as the greaest market town in his time because it intersected tade from the china sea and a great inland canal up to beijing; through history tropical lands have not been the simplest for family to grow up in with humidity and diseases so arguably the greatest trading area of millennium 1 to 1.5 started at hangzhou and north up to jaapn; the bay is also quite complex

the dynamics of ocean world trace and oastale belts chnaged when europeans led bby portugal and spain who hired italian navigatiors started discoveing new worlds; the americas to the west and indeed that the west african coast could be transvered opening sea roiutes to asia as well as east africa and the gulf

two north se coastal belts soon enetred the picture; that dominated by british and french navies which raced to settle canag=da and notrh america; a north east bay shared by gernany poland russion nordica; these countries were not the main players in colonising the new world but the country we call germany has always had less energy than its superb engineers (indeed those of niegbors like autra hungary too) needed seeding what became endless battles between russdia, france and the german neighborhood 

so by 1776 atlatic natiosn dokinated world trade hut those who had settled in usa decalred indepenence from the Europenas who mled by britain and france raced to colonise africa and asia; what you might ask would happen to the pacific ocrean caostines which up to 2/3 humansd face by the time 2 world wards had been fought

my father was home schooled in british embassies up to 13 whem stalins moscw did not seem a good place to school; he was the boarded and found himself spending his last days a stenn as navigatior allied bomber command burma; surviving he was in last class mentoed by keynes, hitred by the ecomomiost who seconded him to new york for a yera in 1951 where he met von neuann

neumann briefed dad and so economist jouramlsiots on the 2 mots defing questions journalists could ever ask

what to do with 100 time more tech per decade to 2020s

coudl history's muddle of about 200 nations needing uniting be reolved so that wherever th enext girl was born she had a good chnace at life; understanding coastal belt maps as well as vilage development would be crucial by 1962 dad, japan and jf kennedy started debating 2 asia risng models that could just bring equaitable win-win trade to every hemishere -

Tuesday, December 31, 2019

31 / 12 / 2019  

Huiyao Wang : US-China trade war 'unprecedented' and 'alarming'

Interview with AI Jazeera :President of Center for China and Globalization discusses the US-China trade war and the prospect of a global recession.

In early 2018, a US-China trade war broke out with the two countries eventually imposing tariffs worth billions of dollars on each others' imports.

As tensions between the world's two biggest economies continue, analysts warn of potential harm to the global economy.

The IMF predicts that US-China trade tensions will have reduced global GDP by 0.8 percent by the beginning of next year, contributing to slowed global economic growth, which stands at 3 percent for 2019.

Huiyao Wang, the founder and president of the Center for China and Globalization, agrees the trade war "certainly is a big deal" for China, calling the situation "unprecedented".

"China and the US relations this year is exactly 40 years of diplomatic ties," he says.

"China ... largely opened up to the US and actually, for the last four decades, there's bumps, there's up and downs, but not as big a surprise as I expect at this one."
xvideo would 5G exist without china?

How did 2 islands trap most people in poverty : maps of 2020s Last Calls HumansAI -thanks

Friday, November 22, 2019

from cluetrained usa of 1998 to Giuliani Law of Supreme Bosses Via 2017

even in a world where white houses become the meta-hub of hatred i refuse to be pessimistic for more than 60 seconds a day-
the most exciting 60 years to be alive - thanks to alumni of 100 times moore tech per decade
and moon races for JFK's to ban ki-moons girl empowerment university of sdgs

yes youth can remap the 2020s (5G...0G) to converge on sustainability goals world trade by 2030
our findings recommendations and conclusions will update at - may your 20020s be transparent and happy wherever you link youth as sdg generation back in 2017 - afore ye go, know we diaspora scots have distrusted wall ever since emperor hadrian locked us out of Roman Empire - its very kind of china to host summits along the lines of how can we trade with a fifth of the worlds people as if all roads lead to beijing and every other 5g supercity that trust the under 30s world to map a world of trillion times moore tech than the moon race 1960s

if we trusted 20 year old graduates out of every sustainability city then they can host belt road mapping 24/7- why would every city that wants youth to win-win trade make this an open curriculum celebrating their most valued entrepreneurs connecting humanity- we could help youth mooc to broad daylight and end climate crises
I met the editor of global geneva at last unctad summit -is there a  person in any of your networks that might want to join in activating this conclusion:
As one participant noted at last week’s World Economic Forum Cyber Security Conference in Geneva, unless we involve youth, “there is no future.” It is crucial that we help provide youth with a voice, particularly in the face of increasing false news, propaganda and disinformation, all of which represent a dire threat to democracy. This is where we see trusted journalism playing a critical role. 

does anyone know when the mit schwab scholars will actually be visible in their role in humanising AI if not publically at least with other scholars - 5g is being messed up too fast to wait for university's normal cycles

chris macrae
baltimore & washington, changsha and beijing dc +1 240 316 8157

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As one participant noted at last week’s World Economic Forum Cyber Security Conference in Geneva, unless we involve youth, “there is no future.” It is crucial that we help provide youth with a voice, particularly in the face of increasing false news, propaganda and disinformation, all of which represent a dire threat to democracy. This is where we see trusted journalism playing a critical role. 
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Freelance journalists: Reporting from the frontlines - and beyond.  The 2019 Rory Peck Awards. Why this dangerous profession needs both our support - and recognition - more than ever. See article.
by Tira Schubert
Citizens and scientists battle invasive species. Across the globe from Burmese pythons in Florida to water hyacinths in Lake Victoria, 'exotic' plants and animals rank as one of the most critical causes of biodiversity loss and species extinction. They are also a global threat to food security and livelihoods.  See Article
by Elizabeth Kemf
The Capital of Civilization: Brexit, populism and the 150th anniversary of the Siege of Paris -- Spreading populist impulses and Brexit turmoil now creating frictions in Europe are reason to ponder the 150th anniversary in 2020 of dire events in Paris and their consequences. An extract from British author David Lawday's upcoming book. See Article
by David Lawday
You're in the army now - an expat recruit's experience in Switzerland's militia. As one of Europe’s most culturally mixed immigrant nations, Switzerland is witnessing the rise of a steadily growing group of citizens known as the ‘new’ Swiss. For many young people of Kosovar, Russian, British, Bangladeshi or Ugandan background, joining the Swiss army is considered part of their new responsibilities - even if they don't like it  See Article
by Nikita Artamonov
BREAKING IN: Finding that internship: A student's experience in Geneva. Many high school or college students either work – if they can find a job - or seek to do an internship or voluntary programme over the holidays or during their time off. Faced with rising competition but also a general reluctance among numerous organizations to take on young people, this can prove a daunting process. See Article
by Amanda Norchi
Angola: Demining key to conservation plans. South-eastern Angola has the potential to become a major wildlife area with huge elephant herds, prides of lion and the sort of game diversity that has brought fame and tourist dollars to Botswana and Namibia. See Article
by Keith Somerville
For those articles (and cartoons) you may have missed.....

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Switzerland, Afghanistan and the Seas. Although landlocked, Switzerland has a long involvement with the seas. And we’re not just talking about Swiss river barges plying their trade on the Rhine from Basel to Amsterdam or Switzerland’s merchant fleet of 29 ocean-going vessels in 2018. Charles H. Norchi explores Switzerland"s unusual and historic role with regard to the world's oceans. See Article
by Charles Norchi
Climate Crisis: The Race no one is winning. Leading up to the Climate Summit in New York end of September, 2019, the world needs to start taking the climate crisis more seriously. Politically correct speeches and half-baked commitments are not enough. Time is more than running out. See Article
by The Editors
The Price of Purity. First prize (1200 CHF Travel Award) in the 2019 Youth Writes Young Journalists & Writers Programme. Article
by Maxine Rechter, International School of Geneva

Kyanite. Second prize (750 CHF Travel Award) in the 2019 Youth Writes Young Journalists & Writers Awards. Article
by Mohamed Diagne, International School of Geneva

Capital. Third prize (500 CHF Travel Grant) in the 2019 Youth Writes Young Journalists & Writers Awards. Article
by Nicholas Machen, British School of Geneva
Harnessing the power of local, on-the-spot media to bring about change. Credible journalist initiatives are playing a crucial role in informing both the public and policymakers. Article
by Rachel McKee
FOCUS ON OCEANS. Letter from Maine's Oyster Lady. The comeback of a 'mollusk' healthy for food and the planet. Article
by Abigail Carroll
FOCUS ON OCEANS. The Global Reef Expedition. For five years, teams of scientists, students, writers, journalists, photographers and film-makers travelled the world to assess the health of more than 1,000 coral reefs. See Article
by Liz Thompson 
Chappatte and the stifling of graphic satire. Article
by Luisa Ballin
FOCUS ON OCEANS. EPFL's Transnational Red Sea Project that could help save the Earth's coral reefs. Article
by Anders Meibom
AGORA RISING. International Switzerland's real time approach to real time cancer research. Article
by William Dowell
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