As far as 5 generations of my family of Diaspora Scots know children are developed the way education and finance and tech are designed - so that their skills sustain vital community markets beginning with health/safety services and clean water and food security..These are the most exciting times to be alive
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The Economist’s 33 year debate on future of education www and sustainability of being human

dear parents and grandparents- your children and grandchildren are every places' win-win currency -please dont let those whose power comes from fake media or nos-sustainable promises obscure lifes' currency as happiest truth of developing human beings
ABOUT Dad Norman Macrae- served as teen in world war 2 navigating airplanes over modern-day bangladesh- concluded wars would only end if we mapped a post colonial world -200 thriving nations not just G8 empire- Entrepreneurial Revolution 3 editing rules: love each others peoples; end poverty; celebrate Moore Law of tech 5G 4G 3G 2G 1G (2020s-1980s) rising power of machines as statistical and communications tools. Download free Economist surveys of Future we families can choose:

1972 The next 40 years the NEXT 40 YEARS

1976 Coming Entrepreneurial Revolution; 1982's We're All Intrapreneurial Now; 84/85 40 years to sustain us all 2025 Report

About Norman Macrae (Family & Diaspora Scot) Foundation & WorldClassBrands & Valuetrue- NM's purpose is to explore loving places peoples (not their bossy politicians nor all of their media-noisysuperstars nor academics wherever they ride student debt) but valuing artistic and hard working communities of people as you might travel- 3g Japan 1962 67
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Breaking news: only girls will lead sdg generation

Monday, December 2, 2019

[5:58 AM, 12/1/2019] Chris Macrae: it turns out bangladesh has become an epicentre for global adaptability to climate ban-ki moon brac u gates netherlands and china- announced at last weekends speech and here www.gca.org - india coordinate may be Shri C.K Mishra Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, India
[7:41 AM, 12/2/2019] Chris Macrae: dear unni -could i have a firts meeting with you on wed or thurs- what i's like to do is share quick browse through hundreds of slides so that i can index what you most want to exchange system solutions to -at one level from my fathers friends I have a library which assumes these were 3 main purposes of 2030 versus 1946 1 end poverty by developing every community as thriving space for next gorl or boy to grow 2 love each others peoples diversities of trade so that6 we can go from 8 empires of 1946 to 200 bordered nations to what i9f mans global and natures are to win-win??? 3 look a decade ahead- whats priority of 100 times "moore" tech ecah of the 7 decades 5g 2020s 4g 2010s 1g 1980s 0g 1970s moon race 1960s - eg because of demings better engineering japan …
[7:41 AM, 12/2/2019] Chris Macrae: in addition to this library i can think of a few exercises but you may have beetetr ones
[7:42 AM, 12/2/2019] Chris Macrae: who are examples of top 20 worldrecord jobs creators of 20202s and how do their purposee networks comp-are with possible indian leaders whether that is tata relaince infosys or whomever you are wondering about
[7:43 AM, 12/2/2019] Chris Macrae: what cases do we know of a pserson who has gond througth transformation each of last 6 decades and how does that connect with their fakily tree bacj through several generations - fazle abed is one case i think i understand
[7:44 AM, 12/2/2019] Chris Macrae: do we have any geo-situations that are most urgent eg - iam concerned hong kong and bangladesh solving each others problems
[7:46 AM, 12/2/2019] Chris Macrae: there is also ur system professional issue - opportunities and threats of media and metrics each decade now, 2010, 2000, 1990. 1980 - my father and i wrote a book on that in 1984 whose timelines remain relevant if sdgs are your framework o0f valuatio

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