jfh recommends this media space of BeltRoad 1...sustain generations now or forever after hold your peace

brighter future : global wind report : china dialogue brics report -rough transcript>OPen spaces of sister banks of 21st C human develop %!% peoples- role shanghai; plus 2018 opportunity: A1Brics (g20 argentina), A2Brics(aiib mumbai), A3Brics (Brics Joburg), ICE (India-China-English Language worlds). BRICKStech roads for sdgs started 1945 with nations uniting at san francisco opera house -call this ar0 and america's west coat arctic road 1.. tokyo was the first to learn smarter engineering from american deming- by early 1960's as the economist shows - japan's post industrial revolution where all co-workers live mattered had made this island number 2 economy -more productive per life than usa; it shared this knowhw down island taiwan, hk singapore and to south borean penisular we ball this br0; by 1875 the chinese diapora were the 3rd bidgest financial network- they asked japan to share beter engineering with the fift of the world's people hubbing out of beijing and better vilage sciences -agriculture from american borlaug, killer diseases of kids and mother with help of american like james grant and larry brilliant- the hard work wss done by barefoot female last mile mefics in both china and bangladesh we call bangladesh and the south asia coast to its east br2- in trade terrms rub by the brits this region extended to west pakistan port of gwadar historically owned by oman- west of pakiatan on the cntinent and acriss the gukf to the land bridge bewen old world's 3 coontinents- we label br7 (aka middle east or west asia)- we call mainland china br0; its amazing that americans did not learn from deming or japan- eg bullet trains could have conncred west coast usa aro and proved to multiply interstate win-wins so that ar2 east coast usa also linkedin - boston could be 1 hour from ny 2 hours from dc 1 hour from detroit; a bullet train infrastructure across heartland usa could have been built before china afforded to do this in late 190s; china's super-rail is a god thing for humanity- it offers chances to develop human win-wins across china's 16 borders - some of which due to eg stalin- not china's fault- remain places where people lives have not really gone beyond subsistence in these 27decades since scota smith andt started up age of man and machines- to finish othe old world we call russia and its iced up east west arcti coast br3; we call east europe br5, west europe br6, the med sea br8- east of the med sea you reach central americwhere we reach ar2; both ar1 and ar2 are long n-s coasts- waterwise ther are only connected in themiddle by the panama canal; north south mapping would be complete without mapping the west coat belt from north sea nations to eg gibraltar as br3; if a tunnel had ben built here to africa br3 could continue down west coast of africs- turning at cape town br 4 goes up east coat of africa- it forks at eg djibouti up the suexz canal bachk to the med or round yemen and uae - ng if russia is to link north south throungh to asia it needs to share the inland sea with ukraine and sails out past istanbul which divides south wast europe and west asia which is where syrua/iraq/iran locate; those who want there to still be a livable climate for our kids nedd north south artcic circle linked nations to negotiate how not to melt down the arctic circle as well as how to transition beyond oil- nb russia and the middle east nations depend on oil for trade- though some of the emirates see education as the number 1 market of the future and host superp global events on both edutech and refugeetech .
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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

basically oldtimers like olaf and me thought back in 2000 that the societal and sustainability purposes of NGOs could create massive online collaborative conversations- so we spent many months of our afterhours time between 2001 and 2005 trying to host this around the european union which had converged on one virtual community knowledgeboard.com and was also hosting intercity events including collaboration cafe modelled after my friend harrison owen's 30 years of open space networking- specifically olav was in editorial control of all ngo conversations and I was animating discussions on how to measure social/intellectual capitals of trust and positive emotional intelligences in every collaboration network

we failed or at least I did- while i may have made some mistakes I believe the whole thing failed because bureaucrats at eu wanted the whole of knowledgeboard ruled top-down and siloised by experts whereas I at least wanted bottom up and open interdisciciplinary and cross cultural reconciliations informed by much more transparency mapping of compound risk and locality of conflicts

so i went my own way mainly to go study bangladesh as the world leading paradigm bottom up and mobilised empowerment of end poverty solutions and I believe that olav decided to focus on Brazil while still working as a technology leader for rabobank in netherlands -incidentally my friends in dhaka are debriefing muhammad yunus tomorrow on youth economics happy 2013 card which he hope he will co-sign ... say if you want to be circulated on that conversation

if mit team can introduce what they most aim to do during Brazil trip, Olav may be able to make a recommendation or two

chris macrae
www.wholeplanet.tv    washington dc 301 881 1655 skype chrismacraedc
ps i am passionate about any ways we can get back to netgeneration being most productive time for worldwide youth- unfortunately knowledgeboard was the second of 3 times that with my staistical hat on I have done some massive research on eu processes only to find nobody in brussels wanting to listen- the first was in 1995 while working for price waterhouse coopers - i was asked to survey how all sme eu grants to portugal had been used - my conclusions that PEDIP grants were systemicly wasteful and anti-youth weren't accepted then and in my mind today explain the lost generation policy that euro-economics has spun through greece, spain, portugal etc