what if youth20s could save us from G8-30s: whats new is map around G8Japan :
Far-East 9 from 1960 democrativ potential of far east coastline down to singpaoe; 10 Far east archipalegos & soyth pacigic; 14 Far south : nz oz s.africa; arfentina chile antartica;
15 africa ynuted?
16 s. ameruica ybuted, 17 mexuco & central am ybuted; 18 quarter of nations- small islands
19 Far north sea : netherlands nordica scotlanf, 20 arctic circle .
Thanks to the gifts of von neumann -as realised by moore's law: we are now trillion times more interconnected than when John F Kennedy first called for interdependence mapping -this means the more that big corporations and big governments fail to trilliondollaraudit sustainable global markets biggest risks the more we the parents and teachers must support the younger half of the world in just doing it. Which countries are now most at tisk of famine in 2020s- lets make sure questions like that are included in cop26, (galsgow) cop27 (egyp)... G20.21 Italy, G20.22 Indonesia... as well as everywhere teachers love kids futures ....
Chinese Capitalism born 1976
1976 Wave 1 only companies permitted inward investors from China Diaspora
1989-92 Wave 2 companies to be led by trusted party
members asked to privatise state owned assets
1994 Jack Ma sees worldwide web in usa; starts debate on how www
Can be used to devcleop jobs- 3 big internet companies ali baba ,
Baidu, ten cent permitted as wave 3 from 1999
2008 Wave 4 with web and smart mobile, china evolves
some of most extra smartups .. cctv breaking news CCTV Presidents Xi Jinping and Trump
agree to meet as early as possible diary pick: Global Education & Skills Forum | Programme

Saturday, April 30, 2022


Ten eminent scientists and researchers to advise the UN on unleashing the power of technology for development

On 4 May 2021, the United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has appointed a new group of ten renowned experts to support the UN Technology Facilitation Mechanism. The group will advise on the ways of harnessing science, technology and innovation to accelerate progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Eminent scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs and activists, the ten new members bring a diversity of expertise and experience across various fields of science, technology, innovation and business.

The group will work closely with stakeholder groups, including business, youth and children, and the academic and research community, with the first meeting planned for late May 2021.

The new members of the group are:


Ms. Quarraisha Abdool Karim (South Africa), Associate Scientific Director, Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research (CAPRISA); and Professor, Clinical Epidemiology, Columbia University

Ms. Cherry Murray (USA), Professor of Physics and Deputy Director for Research, Biosphere 2, University of Arizona

Ms. Maki Kawai (Japan), Director General, Institute for Molecular Science, Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo

Ms. Salome Guchu (Kenya), Deputy Director of Research, State Department of University Education and Research, Ministry of Education

Ms. Anita Gurumurthy (India), Founding member and Executive Director, IT for Change, Bangalore

Mr. Keywan Riahi (Austria), Director, Energy, Climate and Environment Program (ECE), International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

Mr. Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz (Brazil), Member, Brazilian Academy of Sciences, Senior Vice President (Elsevier), and Professor Emeritus; Elsevier Research Networks; Physics Institute, University of Campinas

Mr. Yonglong Lu (China), Chair Professor of Xiamen University, and Distinguished Professor of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)

Mr. Tālis Juhna (Latvia), Vice-Rector for Research and Professor; Chairman of Advisory Board of the Latvian Council of Science, Riga Technical University

Mr. José Ramón López-Portillo Romano (Mexico), Science Diplomacy Adviser to Mexican Government, Chairman/non-Executive Director, Zenith Energy Ltd.; Co-founder and Chairman of Q-Element

The Technology Facilitation Mechanism was created to support the implementation of the SDGs by facilitating partnerships, collaboration and sharing of best practices on using science and technology for sustainable development. The mechanism comprises a United Nations Inter-agency Task Team (IATT) on science, technology and innovation, currently consisting of 45 entities; an annual Multi-stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the SDGs; and an online platform – the 2030 Connect, which serves as a gateway for information on existing initiatives, mechanisms and programmes.

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