moores law sustainability=celebrate social solutions worldwide

world greatest inventions systemised by Dr Yunus global social business system

green - best ever ideas -preferential option poor energy and ///

breaking - ironically moores home town flint michigan takes central stage on who's the greatest green-hater mayor of them all

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says his office is investigating the Flint watercrisis. Less than a month ago, an aide said the state's top 

In 1996 if you were one of 2 billion people living outside an electricity grid,  what was the best ever idea  www.grameenenergy.com see also the network who has dozen most to award grameen and other community-building energy projects http://www.ashden.org

grameen started a solar for a billion people model in 1996 to go along with its mobile for all the worlds poorest- it turns out that the local distribution of solar to your very rook makes thriving green economies possible if you have nbever been addicted to carbon gridded energy

this type of innovation is called infrastructure leapfrogging and the most exciting innovcations of the 21st century all involve mobile empowerment to leapfrog

we thing that learning most livelihoods can be 10 times less costly  - join us if you want to-search that ?

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Demand solutions is a co-production of Blum Berkeley and IADB bank. It takes place annually in DC' It showcases youth's most valuable social solutions that could be shared around latino worlds and beyond.

This year a winner was from canade - a green-rooftop model for delivering veggies to ever member in a community, daily, affordably and organically and with minimum true cost of transportation

https://www.trucklocator.co.uk/global-impact-of-transportation/ nicely simple web on how the clock is ticking away on many crises of human sustainabilty

couil; this be linked in to a teaching tool

I wanted to introduce one of the most exciting gamechanging cases (that of Scott Knox Honeycomb Village ) from yesterday at the 5 day open space MIT hosted by john kiehl

Scott and friends eg Bruce Hecht designs honeycomb village the healthiest million person pop up dwelling- its being tested at the biggest religious gatherings in India with support of Tata group; it occurred to me that Naila's relationship with www.amma.org one of the largest religious empowerment movements and various of our loose links between conscious capitalism - King runs the chapter regenerating baltimore and appealing to DC's consciousness, baltimore is also naila's neighborhood after 16 years with muhammad yunus as original female director of grameen phone's mobile revolutions for the poorest, tata is asia's leading conscious capitalism corporation celebrated by John Mackey, one of John Kiehls next social action movies has contributions from John Mackey, many of these links would not be as youthfully energised as they are with china's amy

naila's family firm is also a leading civil engineer in various culturally  difficult to reach places

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