isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com: Can you help co-create sustainability's 3 billion new jobs? Most exciting times to be alive :Over next decade (three generations – the half of the world aged under 30, their parents and grandparents) determine whether human race is sustainable. Spending 4000+ times more on Communications Technologies than 1946 –as compound consequence of doubling CT spends every 7 years. During first 250 years of industrial revolution started by invention of steam engines in Britain 1712, the opportunity to innovate was unevenly distributed geographically. Some peoples progressed health and wealth over 100 fold, others remained trapped in poverty barely subsisting. By 1960s while some people were racing to the moon, about a third of the world was living in villages with no electricity grids, no roads, no running water, no sanitation systems.

THREE 45 YEAR ACTION LEARNING CURVES WORTHY OF MILLENNIALS WORLDWIDE MOBILISATION?

Bangladesh how the world’s poorest village women developed this 100+ million nation from the scend year of its birth - more at womenuni.com socialbusiness.tv QuarterBillionGirls.com

How China chose to come out to the world after Nixon’s 1972 visit to China based on the groundwork by Henry Kissinger

Timelines system transformation valuing first 40 years of worldwide web generation - launched & updated 1972 @ The Economist curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution

Monday, August 15, 2016

commons research by QuarterBillionGirl - network of china's future livelihoods for under 30s ladies

wikipedia on QuarterBillionGirl - GOAL OF QBG - can we help empower china as the under 30s worlds most collaborative open space for sustainability generation and peer to peer experiential learning of SD Goals


there are many UN women empowerment networks but they seem to have about zero connections with china - both an opportunity and threat that is spiraling to a tipping point during the class years of 2016-2018


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