199 nations are publishing climate promises & demands to each other - which do you like best - eg france after 2040 ban on selling gas /diesel cars
breaking news: GREEN BIG BANG CLUB: Governor Won Hee-Ryong of Korea's independent region Jeju Island is inviting a sixth of the world's people to become carbon zero by 2030- his preference is for regions of half a million people to join his benchmarking club on how to do this - jeju also accepts immigration from anyone bringing enough green resources - it was host of the first summit hosted outside china on the futures' sustainable investment banks attended by 80 nations delegations
Governor Won interviews futurists - series 1

Interview with Won Hee-Ryong, Governor of Jeju Provincial Government

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Saturday, June 20, 2015

social business curricula 0/10 since june 2009

up to june 2009 this was one of the most exciting curricula- eg mathematically it audited the exact opposite of the least sustainable maths in the world- where the most powerful side in a value exchange extracts every quarter from ever other constituency

a german publicist took over the curricula in summer 2009- while he maximise fund raising and minimises open learning content, this curricula is best avoided

transparency declaration
we note this even though our family made a large social business investment in journal of social business- this being an apparent partnership wish of muhammad yunus and adam smith schilars at glasgow university; yunus subsequently told glasgow university that he could get more funds from one of glasgow's lowest ranked universities

others top have found their collaboration diverted
most of early french partners of yunus from 2005
most kenyan friends of yunus

for those wishing to understand how to celebrate 44 yeras of bangladesh's race to end policy- fortuately there is www.brac.net and www.women4empowerment.net

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