Millennials Hall of Fame : fazle abed :: Fei-Fei Li :: sustainability's last race: 2020s mapping & zooming coalition of free SDG uni's- one per 20 million youth Thanks to the moon race decade of 1960s, we all became alumnisat (connected by telecoms satellites) including more recent web 1-2-3. Q why not COLLAB round one GOUP - Global Open University Poverty (last mile service solutions community to community)HG Wells - civilisation is a race between education and catastrophe:
coming how do the 51 years of alumni of fazle abed poverty alleviator cooperations match up with 76 years of the united nations - we map abed top36 hunicorn networks - being networks whose purpose is so life critical nobody wants to exit investment or politically quarrel over just replicating their services and improving access to their action learning

Thursday, September 19, 2013

sample from youth10000 fall13 postbox
No because I cant afford time/resources in localities where I dont have enough collaboration connections

my key foci are:
san francisco open learning networks
boston open tech networks 
new york reform economic netwoeks
dc where I live because my family lives here -c onflict resolve everything networks including conscious capitalism

if you have colaboration amabassadors to your network in these places why not introduce them
if you want me to introduce to te few people I know in your region tell me

Rachel Carson is not one of my heroines -one of her impacts is to continue to kill a million children a yera with mosquitos
 - the trouble with valuing the whole truth of ecology is choosing the right innovation leap for next generation - we are cooked if this generation doesnt transforn to clean energy and clean agriculture but her science or lack of it 60 years ago is a very bad idea for linking in the change we need


From: Vladislav Davidzon <>
To: chris <>
Sent: Wednesday, 18 September 2013, 18:50
Subject: Quick question, chris

"The human race is challenged more than ever before to demonstrate
our mastery, not over nature but of ourselves." ~ Rachel Carson

Hey chris,

I want to ask a quick question - are you going to be joining us for
the Regenerative Culture School Wilderness Retreat November 15-17th
(more details @  

Friday, May 31, 2013

New to us 2nd quarter 2013

connections with wonderful global good fund- selects socially concerned and job creating youth leaders and develops customised coaching programs around them (socially concerned is defined round 5 ways of developing community health which is a curriculum Carrie Rich has developed)

to fully understand how global good fund works start studying its linkedin coaching networks eg Jonathan lewis at cafe impact  and ionpoverty He started the Opportunity Collaboration which is a yearly anti-poverty UNconference on World Poverty Day in Ixtapa, Mexico.  This strategic business retreat and networking summit for 300 senior level anti-poverty leaders from around the world.  If you can ever make it, apply to be a Delegate and mention that you watch Café Impact.
He also launched MicroCredit Enterprises which leverages private capital to make tiny business loans to deeply impoverished people, mostly women, in developing countries.  A rarity in the non-profit world, MicroCredit Enterprises is self-sufficient without donations or grants.  Right now, MicroCredit Enterprises funds microloans in 30 nations on 5 continents with a loan portfolio of $40 million.
Shopkeeper Cereal & Grains3Some of his other social enterprise activities are Dev Equity (socialimpact investment fund focused on Latin America), Everyone Counts (social enterprise assuring safe and secure elections around the world) and Copia Global (consumer catalog serving the base of the economic pyramid; Jonathan with Copia senior team pictured in a Copia partner store, Nairobi, Kenya).
Jonathan is a Lecturer on social entrepreneurship at the Blum Center for Developing Economies, University of California

we've also been spotting more connections with the maker movement 

Friday, February 22, 2013

MIT report identifies keys to new American innovation

From ‘Main Street’ firms to multinationals, improvements possible in funding of research, collaboration among manufacturers.

Economy of homes is a most important issue to children - and one that USA continuously messes up according to new book by MIT prof "Chicago and Atlanta, two ‘conspicuous experiments’ 

“Purging the Poorest” is a case study of two cities, Chicago and Atlanta. Both have essentially razed whole neighborhoods twice in the last 80 years: first transforming urban slums to public-housing projects starting in the 1930s, and then demolishing those buildings, since the 1990s, in favor of lower-density buildings.   

“Chicago and Atlanta are probably the nation’s most conspicuous experiments in getting rid of, or at least transforming, family public housing,” Vale explains. However, he notes, “It’s hard to find an older American city that doesn’t have at least one example of this double clearance.”

Essentially, Vale says, these cities exemplify one basic question: “Should public resources go to the group most likely to take full advantage of them, or to the group that is most desperately in need of assistance?”