BEAM ME UP SCOTTIE FROM 75th birthday of UN to low roads of glasgow cop26 and 260 year since glasgow u's smith and watt started up machine era- chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk norman macrae foundation year 50 of laureates of entrepreneurial revolution - #1 fazle abed 1.1 1.2 1.3 and billion asian village girls- -dear all 9/22/20 hope you are staying well- do you know your next 6 weeks itinerary yet up to election? -3 revolutionary coalitions changing education emerged in un zooms over last 48 hours- i cant find fazle abed's identity in universities as changemakers which he started in 2011 in any of them-#1 there is wise which the first lady of qatar begun round fazle- its review on edu revolution linking 7 days of zooms from 3 summits since may co-sponsored by salzburg https://www.wise-qatar.org/app/uploads/2020/09/wise_ebook.pdf only has saleh p 196 on primary schools- that may be where he wants to fund from but it misses the uni coalition completely as the fifth wave of abed's 50 years of poverty alleviation empowermment of a billion asian womens sdgs - not one person at top of wise sees brac in universities even though its conference producer comes from abed's benchmark national uni of singapore- #2 then education cannot wait at the gordon brown family still the gateway to adam smith or cop26 have launched connections on refugees future livelihoods between top 30 un and western and dubai expo people- although gordon has always said he learnt most from abed , again abed knowhow left out-#3 perhaps most exciting 24 hours of zooms started with president crow of osun arizona state- they have been hard to follow over 24 hours and many parallel sessions spanish and canadians have left clear invitations on how to join in that i will follow up- if there is anyone doing bux or in your team trying to make sense of these connections pls intro me- back in bangladesh the key may be to get embassies to host abeds future of uni dialogue-it worked in 2012 when all ngos were at great risk because of yunus, but is much more urgent oddly guterres has focused on fintech https://digitalfinancingtaskforce.org/ including a lead bangladesh example - in spite of being connected with jack ma since 2016 guterres hasnt endorsed any edutech debates in a simple way in spite of us all zooming (the chinese led itu in geneva is only just starting a week long zoom on ai for good which might be worth monitoring) - ban ki moons connections with all of above are unknown to me - his events clashed but i feel gca.org isnt really known by new york climate leaders- happy to be wrong- uniting roads to cop26 hasnt been discussed anywhere i have listened intorelated sites masterclass100.com GAMES WORLRECORDJOBS OSUN: can you help unite global university of women ending poverty? some of today's first branches
  • abed university of brac - bangladesh, netherlands including james grant college of public health
  • CEU of vienna with ban ki-moon global climate adaptability research and city of music
  • soros bard ny state uni with composer leonbotstein
  • onlne education with arizona state friended by former intel ceo craig barres
  • ashesi u of ghana, 6th wise laureate in series inaugurated by fazle abed and qatar's sheikha moza un eminent,advised by singapore's Mahbubani
  • ..world class nations and 99 missing curricula- wcn explores how to love each other's poples, lands, cultures, arts? if you believe the most valuable ideas of our human race connect with our species having a future, then we recommend this opening question. sometime in the 2020s humans will be graced the 8th billion girl or boy to be alive at the same time. twill she be free to live a happy and productive life? the answer depEnds on where she is born. if an online quiz randomly gave you a gps lan coordinate- would you quickly be able to discus the greatest threat and opportunity to being born there. you could say this became a core curriculum at the birth of the un san francisco 1945, and that today it is also the core curriculum of humans number 1 sd goal -end poverty. is there a partnership of colleges that studies how educators and students answer this question out of each community ... and is there a mapping curriculum which enables you to crosscheck whether the organisations with access to the world's largest databases are able to linkin to the local question our 8th billion child needs to make here life long quest.

    if this question seems too big, another starting place is to list missing curriculum your nations people are mediating around- for example we find www.39steps.us a wonderful curriculum to spend time on if you live in america...
    back in 1988 when i first started asking how to value nations as the key brands of the sustainability generation- i got some feedback that religions were even bigger- I dont disagree but i feel we the peoples need to take responsibility for hi-trust national boundaries first -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
    future of edu - 1959:: 1986 & now ... breaking 20 dec 2019 - in memory of fazle abed we'd like to ask what if every girl and boy who chooses could be an alumnus of brac uni global universiity of goal 1 end poverty.....................................MORALSENTIMENT marketing year 260- is a new economic world possible beyond the world's largest branded economies week 1 -2020- trump's usa, jinping's china, bureaucrats eu, abe's japan, big tech's california, big banks, big health, big energy,

    clues from 81ways.com can tokyo relaunch freedom, happiness and human sustainability with the olympics economistarts eg reiwa culture society5.0 big data osaka track, nhk's 500 favorite community stories worldwide
    ....
    ...Ma 1 (Jack) returned to full time education sept 2019, Ma 2 (Pony) is linked by co-founder who hosts the education laureates out of Hong Kong.
    which events of world class nations and supercities do you linkin &A welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk +1 240 316 8157 : Can you help girls co-create sustainability's 3 billion new jobs: renew every community, renew planet, humanise exponential impacts of 1000 times more commnstech than 1946 ? Most exciting times to be alive : Over next decade (3 generations – half of world being girls & boys under 30, their parents and grandparents) will determine whether human race is sustainable.
    Do you see why education must change way beyond 300 hundred old classrooms to empower girls to explore far more than history can examine? NB by 1969 about 12 times more comstech had led a small network of men to race to the moon while almost half of girls were too poor to have access to electricity grids let alone any progress of 250 years of Industrial Revolution. Inspired by miraculous developments in China and Bangladesh, GirlsBeltRoad invites every community to celebrate going beyond win-lose era of colonisation and carbonisation. Diarise sustainability's urgent search for world record jobs creators; empower girls to lift up half the sky by transforming orbits of education and economies back to celebrating sutsainability of everyone. Recommendation listen to why China's richjest technologist values LoveQ then dare to play the WRJC game of fives with everyone you network with. Girls stories of goodwill's 7 social wonders in on : bankers, food workers, health servants, educators, hi-trust media designers, disaster relief connectors, public service. welcome to EconomistUniversity.com and EconomistLearning.com

    Monday, September 21, 2020

     Register here for Plenary 1 & Parallel 1A-B on Day 1 of ICSD 2020.

    About this Event

    Register for Session 1 (Plenary & Parallels) | September 21, 2020 UTC 03:00 to 06:00 am

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    Plenary 1, University Leadership for the Decade of Action

    03:00 – 04:00 UTC

    The session will showcase innovative approaches that universities in the Asia/Pacific region are implementing to increase their societal value and impact on the SDGs, as well as the challenges and opportunities to accelerate these actions and make them part of a new “business-as-usual” for universities. The session is partially in response to the challenge made by President Mike Crowe of Arizona State University at a recent event of the UN Higher Education Sustainability Initiative, that universities need to change the way they operate and be more connected to the community to have real impact.

    Speakers:

    • John Thwaites, Chair, Monash Sustainable Development Institute (Moderator)
    • Michael Crow, President, Arizona State University
    • Dawn Freshwater, Vice-Chancellor, University of Auckland
    • Kit Poon, Professor, School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University

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    1. lenary 7 | Launch of the SDSN report: Accelerating Education for the SDGs in Universities
      Universities and other higher education institutions have a critical role in helping society achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through their research, learning and teaching, campus operations, and leadership. The report, Accelerating Education for the SDGs in Universities, is a practical guide on how universities can harness their learning and teaching functions to provide “Education for the SDGs (ESDGs)”, helping learners develop the necessary knowledge, skills, and mindsets to achieve the SDGs.

      Speakers:

      Maria Cortes-Puch, Vice President for Networks, SDSN (Moderator)
      Maria Garcia Alvarez, Lecturer, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences
      Tahl Kestin, Research Program Manager, Monash Sustainable Development Institute, and Manager, SDSN Australia, New Zealand & Pacific
      Ram Kumar, Co-Founder and Lead Strategist, UniGlow
      Tawana Kupe, Vice-Chancellor and Principal, University of Pretoria
      Carlos Mataix, Director, itdUPM
      John Thwaites, Chair, Monash Sustainable Development Institute
      Parallel 7A

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      Universities Driving Collaborative Solutions for the Decade of Action
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      Cross-cutting, just solutions towards the sustainability of the energy system
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      Parallel 7B

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      Socio-technical Solutions for Water-Energy-Food Security Challenges
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      Parallel 7C

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      Gender-based Innovations for Equitable SDG Outcomes
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      Parallel 7D

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      Democratising Renewable Energy in the Global South
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      Parallel 7E

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      Effective Industrial Policy to Achieve the SDGs
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    2. Plenary 10
      Nations around the world are planning for the clean energy transition of tomorrow, one of the key elements of the European Green Deal, the US Green New Deal, and other such frameworks around the world. With this transition comes a great opportunity to revive industry, build local economies, and create a sustainable, highly skilled, healthy workforce. Several efforts are underway to determine the best way to invigorate this transition with innovative policies to ensure a just and equitable clean energy transition. This panel discussion will showcase job growth opportunities for the clean energy transition in the United States, Europe, and Korea and discuss what policies are available to support the transition in these different contexts.


      Speakers:

      Phoebe Koundouri, Professor of Sustainable Development, School of Economics, Athens University of Economics and Business (Moderator)
      Robert Pollin, Distinguished University Professor of Economics and Co-Director, Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst
      Yongsung Cho, President, Korea Energy Economics Institute

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