6 years after serving as teen allied bomber command burma, norman macrae met von neumann while sceonded to NY by te economist. Von neumann said will you teach journalists world's ,ost valuable question: what goods will peoples do with 100 times more tech every decade 1030s to 2020s; aftre 40 years at The Economits dad and my book's readers 2025 report voted for edtutech as sustainability's best chnace- so in new york of 2022 whose alumni for edutech good can make younger half of world the sustainability generation not the extinction generation? your nominations are welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Friday, October 9, 2015

We are rehearsing these briefings at berkeley with media experts in 10 days time but would be delighted to help linkin elsewhere if you have views on who would be interested in what

We will be in Berkeley on .... There are various youth future exchanges I am helping to debrief under 35s valuation networks across cities in line with my father and my work on media economics and sustainability of the net generation which we co-authored while dad was at The Economist and became my books on brand partnerships and future pro-youth deadlines

these include 
women empowerment roadshow  launch in san diego at weekend of Alliance4Empowerment | Sustainable Economic and Social Empowerment -this builds on 20 years of mobile partnerships with world poorest women 

connections with 3 sustainability development goals in which opportunities to leverage brands for jobs are being led my millennials
sustainable cities and communities sdg 11
gender equality sdg 5
end poverty sdg1

cases of the most exciting west east millennials exchanges, hubs and hackathons especially including china

surveys of what learning channels youth most want on the 5 billion person learning channel www.yazmi.com

development of compendium of top 100 global arts exchanges across pro-youth capitals

vatican celebration 7 november of the economist they most trust to change latin american education and how this connects with global poverty value chain models such as those celebrated by jim kim

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