in our 15th year we have rules on voting who's in pack of world record jobs players and rules of games people can play. WE also cata;logue likeminded sdgs.games such as the UN and friends of XPrize designed year round youth competition www.sdgmetaverseprize.org. Its our aim to connect coaches, students, leaders of under 35s being the first sustainability generation. For example, we're mapping who's who at the emerging 10000 community of education3.0 and we happliy intro people who can help each other.
The one thing we know is there is more work than ever before to be done if humans are to continue on earth. The problem is elders inveetemnt eg pensions (300 trillion of paper printed dollars) are not currently valuing their own childrens and grandchildrens future. If you are concerned about this lets share ino any time email@example.com
THE GAME: idea started out 15 years ago around the simple question if we could recommend teens or their teachers of 52 people whose alumni network they gain from knowing exists - who should that be in if millennials are to be the first sustainability generation not the first extinction generation?
Our playing cards try not to include 2 people whose alumni mainly overlap -of course if you already learn from one of the overlapping players good for you; yiuyr sustainability intel is already well tuned in that direction.. Uniting Peoples: We are not trying to judge nations nor which of 2 people who may be helping youth do similar stuff matters most- whomever you can access in your own language matters most to you; equally if we can help translate similarly motivated solutions movements around the world that's all the better for Uniting Sustainability's peoples
|.....APPLYING KEYNES TO THE MARKRET PURPOSE OR PLACE YOU WANT TO VALE SUSTAINABLY|
===== in more detail - we offer about 20 co-blogs eg Economisthealth.com economistgreen.com economistlearning.com economistafrica.com -if you want to make the game far more deeper for particular places in the world - or any particular goal's leap fotrwards - tell us we can make you a co-blogger or join in your co-blog ; we believe there are lots of missing curricula - ways students and teachers time could be spent on solutions - co-blobs are one way to rehearse and adopt these curricula - we love to her of other ways....
We are also happy to offer the fusion of 2 searches- a hi-tech search since 1961 when von neumann told my father journalists greatest scoop - what good will people do wity 100 times more tech every decade 1930 sto 2020s> in particular can we focus on good meaning what von neumann called above zero-sum games. For example when people share applications of life saving knowhow that multipliues value the more people do that ; when people focus only on consuming things that may have the opposite consequence; it may cause scarcities; the world has got itself in a mess olf old minmdests. For example the sun provides more than enough energy for 10 billion peopes tpo thrive but carbon does not. It is true that carbon was scientifically easier to access back in 1760s wjhen people first started engineering- but it makes no sense that intead of energy2.0 those who make the world's biggest decisions appear not to have the will to collaborate. Back in Glasgow November the world's biggest organisations appeared to say dsoory wile we previously promised never to go abpove 1.5 degree warming, we may have to chnage this to 2.5 degrees. This may sound like a small change. But there are definitely some countries where half of all peoples lives will no longer be workable at 2.5 degrees, and the maths is not simple. There are so many things multiplying together that it may be when you get to 2.5 degrees you find 3.5 degrees is unstoppable. At at some stage so much ice melts in the north pole that some places will need more than noahs ark to save them from sudden meltdowns.. If my daughter asked me to swaer on the bible do i think we can avoid climate destruction, I would say I think we have a good chnace but each year this chnace has lessened. When you were born I assumed leaders would not keep compounding risks. In fact as early as 1984 I co--authored 2025report on how simple chnages would be if we valued neumanns 4 decades of 100 times more tech sustainably. So far we haven't systematically changed. I urge anyone reading this to link what ever they can to making the 20202s the most exciting decade ever because we make the innovations so that all future youth are renewable.
had required worlds greatest mathematicains to work on the bad ie nuclear bomb
much of the timelines my father had written abouyt sinece 1951 had become so cleary off path by 9/11 that I have tried to learn from those helping teh very poorest - what the un calls the alumni of sustainability decelopment goals
so the time of launching first wrj pace we were also were sampling 2000 books to students on how a =billion poorest women of 1970 ended starvation and have increased life excpectancy by 20 years; those in bangladesh remain quite poor but the most cooperative community builders round their children- ths history of bangaldesh is in 1981 it genan as 8y=th most poplous new nation having been twice colinsed by britian and then west pakistan; until britain withdrew from India bangladesh had a t least shared the greatest port on soiuth asia's continent - calcutta as it iused to be known; but then in an almsot random return of nation hood the british gave way to tjose who siad the continent needed to ne partictioens into a main hindhi middle with 2 muslim regions to west and east; the way the britich colonised asia they did not bring electricty except tonports or where they lived; in the partitioning the peopels of the bay of bengal got the region without electricty and were boderred off fropm the port calcuallta; after another 25 yeras of rule by west pakitann (1200 miles away) and both wars of idnependence and probably the world's most violent cyclone in 1970 no country has ever started with less to trade or less per person in terms of moemntary or other assets
in what we call web00 era of no electricty , how poorest vilage of mothers grasrrots networked; what microfranchsies theyoperated matching most urgent sustainbility goals is thye deepest lesson in human development apart from one optional sidebar; not far toi the east is tripical conteintal china; in 1970 it was equally poor; it turned out that there were many solutiosn top open sorce from each other- how the places got finance was different but the needs to save eg a thoiurd of vilage children dying of dehgration or starvation were boderkless as were the ebst solutions; in that way studying the evolution of bangladesh's today 150 million offere direct parallels to the greatest development story of all time - how a billion plus chiens epo[pel ended povery; in china a sceond dynamic coastal trade sonn menat that rural chiense had far more access to accelerated development but the basic chanenlges of vaccinayte a nations childfren in regions thayt did not see electricvitrt until solar partnership came in the last 1990s can best be understood by studying both nations development round women who wnet from alomst zero productivity to at least half of all community production
there are many games you can play with wrj-it rather depends on how many of the pack you know- but one way to play the game is to slect 3 players that you want to substitute; you could play this game blind with say 23 peers and see if you choose 9 diferent substiuttes or all agree- we'f love to hear your results chris .firstname.lastname@example.org