Why not design future around 7 billion wonderful livelihoods

KERRY THOMAS-BREENFIELD (SDG 1 TED ALB) biden's 17 core exec orders :: @LindaT_G keep watch who does biden appoint ustr education (ed.gov wik)
.probably the most open college network for students wanting to make positive sdgs connections worldwide is opening a portal for one page research itches 1 dec to 14 dec -details here: some of the 50 coalition members are
arizona- arizona state
ny-bard
vienna - ceu
bangladesh - brac u of fazle abed
ghana -ashesi 5th wise laureate
ca - berkeley human rights center
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after 5 decades empower billioning women to end poverty fazle abed challenged friends to form revolutionary coalition of new SDG tech universities -singapore his first benchmark - .. 1

3 decades ago Sir Tim Berners-Lee gifted us www. It transformed globe but not yet matched benevolent technology hoped for. Sir Tim plans to save it by turning tables on big tech and giving power over data back to users. Matthew Field reports..
thank you friends in barcelona and spanish dual speaking world for being first to accept invite to post positive solutions their educators/youth would like to share on sdgs with everyone leading world forward to sustainability in 2021- also for those humanising machines pls see our zoom world tournov 2021- scots invite you to join 250th review of living with machines -the first machine age started up in scotland 1760s round first steam engineer james watt and first mapmaker of world trade adam smith. From the scottish viewpoint the first industrial age of 180 years of sharing machines failed ending in two world wars..In 1945 humans agreed to try again starting up the united nations and various post industrial technologies. We see the 2020s as most exciting time to be alive because three quarters of a century of uniting nations allows us to map are we designing a hi-tech connected world aligned with nature's systems including how she governs climate and health. more on scottish notes on whether the human race is sustainable are here; including our invitation to bring a catalogue of 1000 leaders/projects of AI for sdgs
11++AI: 1 vaccines 2 sports 11 climate
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LOVE & HOPE aka Francis’ little sisters

Race to sustain earth more exciting to younger half of world than even 1960s moon races

Unlike 1960s we now have the exponential technologies to humanise AI all over the world in perfect harmony

POST-COVID GIVES every peoples one chance to rise united BUILDBACKBETTER.COM DC2021 COP26 BIDENUNI.COM...

HATE & FEAR aka big brothers of 7 no trumps.welcome to dc2021.com.

Unlike the 1960s few people inside or outside USA have a clue what cooperative web the American Dream means any more

Although the 60 year learning curves of humanizing technology/artificial inte hub out of mit boston and valley’s Stanford- its unclear where the IR4 purposes are being mediated of 10 most critical value chains in sme /community scaled worlds required forYouth TO BE the Bard’s & UN’s 17 sdgs generation..
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Tuesday, January 1, 2030

well 2021 starts the most exciting decade to be alive -if you agree great to chat at chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk just up the road from natl institutes of health wash dc      -map 

 - can the ai and the human intel of younger half of the world still unite nations around sustainability 2030 -see eg progress of each un branch on humanising ai? click the world food program logo for great ai projects, still bit confused when you click WHO why no cases of optimal track and trace;

here are biden's ingoing nominees - which understand 1 humnansai, 2 ai virus, 3 ai resilient communities, 4 ai green, 5 ai recoupling win-win sdg nations- where is the overlap between biden and kamala harris systems of transforinglives matter usa

White House Chief of Staff: Ron Klain

needed a chief of staff to keep the vetting and transition processes from getting bogged down in the face of Trump’s recalcitrance. , Ron Klain was also the Obama administration’s Ebola-response coordinator during the outbreak in 2014 and 2015 

Deputy Chief of Staff: Bruce Reed

 a longtime Biden adviser who served as the vice president’s chief of staff from 2011 to 2013, to be his deputy chief of staff.

Treasury Secretary: Janet Yellen

, Yellen is “first person to have headed the Treasury, the central bank and the White House Council of Economic Advisers,” the three most powerful economic positions in the nation.  Yellen has expressed a willingness to use fiscal measures to stimulate economic recovery in a nation with a poverty rate above 11 percent. “This is not a good time to have fiscal policy switch from being accommodative to creating a drag,” Yellen said in October. “That’s what happened [last decade], and it retarded the recovery.”

 Biden  picks Adewale Adeyemo — who is current president of the Obama Foundation based in Chicago — as deputy Treasury secretary,

Top White House Economic Adviser: Brian Deese

Biden tapped BlackRock executive Brian Deese for his top White House economic adviser. Before his time in the financial sector, Deese served in the Obama White House, working on policy for the auto bailout.

Office of Management and Budget Director: Neera Tanden

Neera Tanden – the frequent Twitter user and president of the Center for American Progress think tank, a center-left think tank. The Princeton University labor economist -dean school public and intl affairs -  Cecilia Rouse 1 will serve as the chair of the Council of Economic Advisers. quarzt reports his council of economic advisers : tanden , yellen adeyemo, deese and ...jared bernstein, heather boushey, 

Boushey and Rouse also co-signed a letter to Congress with former Federal Reserve chair Ben Bernanke in June arguing for more economic relief from the US government.


U.S. Trade Representative: Katherine Tai

Katherine Tai, the top U.S. Trade Representative lawyer on China during the Obama administration, was announced as Biden’s pick for U.S. trade representative on December 10.

japan times Dec 12, 2020 — Katherine Tai, U.S. President-elect Joe Biden's nominee to be U.S. trade ... on the front line of repairing relations with U.S. trading partners upended by ... said Jake Colvin, vice president at the National Foreign Trade Council. ... next step will be in the relationship between the world's top economic powers.

Attorney General: Merrick Garland

Garland's nomination to the Supreme Court was blocked by Mitch McConnell in 2015.

Secretary of Defense: Lloyd Austin

see op-ed in The Atlantic announcing that his Defense Secretary  a four-star general who retired from the Army in 2016. Austin has served on the board of Raytheon but will need a congressional waiver in order to nullify the seven-year waiting period between active-duty and government service.

Secretary of State: Antony Blinken

biden's longtime aide Antony Blinken  President Obama’s deputy secretary of State from 2015 ended by trump in 2017; this signals areturn to the multilateralism of the Obama administration.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator: Michael S. Regan

O North Carolina’s environmental chief since 2017 to head epa one of the cabinet departments impacted most by the Trump administration- how much will usa transform on road to cop26 -nb interaction of regan and kerry, mccarthy, granholm below

Special Presidential Envoy for Climate: John Kerry

new Cabinet-level role in which the former secretary of State will “persuade skeptical global leaders, burned by the Trump administration’s hostility toward climate science, that the United States is prepared to resume its leadership role,” 

White House Climate Czar: Gina McCarthy

 Environmental Protection Agency chief and National Resources Defense Council president Gina McCarthy to coordinate environmental policy throughout the administration.

Secretary of Energy: Jennifer Granholm

e former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm to lead of expansive Department of Energy. Her experience in Lansing from 2003 to 2011 is an asset as Biden works to speed-up the transition to electric cars, among other green energy priorities.

Secretary of the Interior: Deb Haaland

 New Mexico Representative Deb Haaland  for Interior Secretary, becoming the first Native American to lead the department that determines policy for federally-owned natural resources, as well as tribal lands.

Labor Secretary: Marty Walsh

 Boston Mayor Marty Walsh  to lead the Department of Labor. Walsh previously served as the head of the Boston Trades Council, an umbrella group of construction unions, and his nomination supported by the two largest affiliates of the AFL-CIO.

Commerce Secretary: Gina Raimondo

 Rhode Island Governor Gina  to lead the Department of Commerce- the wide-sweeping government agency that oversees technology regulation, the census, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Secretary of Homeland Security: Alejandro Mayorkas

deputy secretary of the Department of Homeland Security under Obama toserve as the department’s head, becoming the first Latino and the first immigrant to do so. Mayorkas, who was born in Havana, led obama's implementation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, a policy Biden  intends to restore.

Secretary of Veterans Affairs: Denis McDonough

Obama’s White House chief of staff tapped to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs - “a sprawling agency that has presented organizational challenges for both parties over the years,”  concern may be raised mcdonough ever served in the armed forces

Secretary of Transportation: Pete Buttigieg

 Buttigieg will be the first openly LGBTQ person to serve in the Cabinet; came to national prominence when he came out as gay in 2015 while serving as the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, before going on to run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020.

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations: Linda Thomas-Greenfield

Biden said he will reestablish the role in the Cabinet after his isolationist predecessor demoted it. she has been member of the Career Foreign Service, serving  the Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of African Affair with notable experience of liberia one of 3 nations soros asked brac to help transform - in this case post-genecide. this twitter may typify linda's humanistic approach -previously  I rarely had all the ingredients to make the perfect gumbo. But across four continents, my goal was always the same: bring people together and connect by breaking down barriers and finding common ground

Director of National Intelligence: Avril Haines

 Haines — the deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 2013 to 2015 — , she will oversee the 17 agencies that make up the nation’s intelligence community, becoming the first woman to fill the role.

National Security Adviser: Jake Sullivan

Jake Sullivan,  was Biden’s national security adviser when he was vice president, 


White House Press Secretary: Jennifer Psaki

. Psaki, who served several communications roles in the Obama administration, including White House communications director, will lead the first all-female presidential comms team. “These qualified, experienced communicators bring diverse perspectives to their work and a shared commitment to building this country back better,” Biden said on November 29.


Surgeon General: Vivek Murthy

former U.S. surgeon general for President Obama to reprise his role in the Biden administration under what are now dire circumstances. Murthy, the co-chair of Biden’s COVID advisory board, is expected to play a much more public role than previous surgeons general, acting as the “top medical expert and public face of the [pandemic] effort.” 

Health and Human Services Secretary: Xavier Becerra

On December 7, Biden named California Attorney General Xavier Becerra as his Health and Human Services secretary-to be tasked with reshaping the department amid the pandemic and in the wake of infighting this past year between Trump appointees and public-health officials.

White House Domestic Policy Council Director: Susan Rice

Susan Rice will lead the White House’s Domestic Policy Council, overseeing how the administration handles issues such as immigration, health care, and racial inequality. It’s a shift for Rice, who has spent her career in foreign policy, previously serving as Obama’s national security advisor and ambassador to the United Nations.

Secretary of Agriculture: Tom Vilsack

apped to lead the Department of Agriculture again after he did so during the Obama administration, according to Axios. Vilsack, a former Iowa governor, was a prominent supporter of the president-elect in the presidential caucuses.

Housing and Urban Development Secretary: Marcia Fudge

Representative Marcia Fudge of Ohio was selected to lead the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Fudge had lobbied Biden to become the nation’s first Black secretary of agriculture, but the job went to Tom Vilsack.

Education Department Secretary: Miguel Cardona

the top education official in Connecticut — and a staunch advocate for in-school learning during the pandemic — will lead the Education Department and Biden’s push to return kids to school within his first 100 days.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director: Rochelle Walensky

 Walensky, the chief of infectious diseases at Massachusetts General Hospital, would run the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and will take a pivotal role in helping to stop the spread of the pandemic.

Coordinator of the COVID-19 Response and Counselor to the President: Jeff Zients

Jeff Zients, who previously led the HealthCare.gov tech surge in 2013 and oversaw the “Cash for Clunkers” fuel-efficiency program, will head the federal government’s COVID response, “including managing safe and equitable vaccine distribution, the pandemic supply chain, and coordination across federal agencies and state and local governments,”Natalie Quillian, a former White House and Pentagon senior adviser who helped coordinate the Obama administration’s response to the opioid epidemic, will serve as deputy coordinator.

Chief Medical Adviser on COVID-19: Dr. Anthony Fauci

Fauci will continue in his role as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a position he has held since 1984, in addition to serving as “chief medical adviser on COVID-19 to the president” in the Biden administration.

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 often times they say a new US president has 100 days to determine next 4 years orbit; it would be safer to assume this admin only has 7 days-to reunite who, cop26, change sports in line with lives matter - my 2 loudest cheers for sports 2019 - nba players at the vatican and masked up naomi osaka winning the us tennis championship -this time to wholehearted applause -if she ist japans un ambassador to the un before team harris/biden exit japan will have missed sports greatest contribution to sdgs

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and so yes youth can begin the long haul from the fakest media the western world has ever suffered to something where politicians lead by valuing truth and community service

 our 1984 book's on deadlines 2025report.com has clearly been shredded by gang tump et al

 but still the nagging question: having seen the worst any capital can do out of dc, can english speaking politicians ever serve the peoples instead of being sponsored by the big get bigger-

 one happy new year gift is already coming into view even while poor player trump struts and frets his last hours upon the world stage-  - the race to billion dollar grants being hosted by one of america's 2 biggest philanthropists - portal open 1-14 dec 2020 in time for tidings of comfort and joy- zoomers cheerful 12 days of xmas 2020 and new year resolution-

 what a story oxbridge astra zeneca vaccine is turning out to be compared with the american vaccines- are we at economisthealth.com missing something or is oxbridge 100 times cheapet to reach 7.5 billion with?

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

green biden headline 1

 while its great symbolism that biden has rejoined climate protocol within hours of presidency the reality of america's last 4 years

wasted million hours of work around world- americans are among the least trusted on climate unless they have actions to share

disillusioned youth and educators- numerically far more youth trust china than usa because of climate

the poorest in dev world lost their lives/livelihoods when climate is more variable /less safe

glasgow is 5 generations of my family's home capital - i know the bbc nature correspondents and royal society leaders of youth as sustainability generation- including which royal families around the world

to make it clear, american lobbytists/investment funds who dont transparently value climate will be wasting their time if they send anyone including fake media to glasgow- see 10 years of our journal edited by adam smith scholars and supported by most of scotlands venerable universities- join ban ki-moons zoom summit next week -see economistdiary.com for rehearsals on road to and from glasgow; scan ai green epicentres eg ai earth by microsoft


chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc economistgreen.com

ps biden/obama record on green jobs is awful- obama was dealt rotten hand on finance just as biden gets rotten hand on finance and health- if thewre are no real green actions of biden in first 100 days he risks losing trust 

help ID top 20 biden/harris issues in first 100 days

 i=top 10 international; d=top 10 domestic

biden to sign about 15 exectutive orders in next 24 hours


d1 - beat virus - promise 100 million arms vaccinated - masks must be worn i federal places- how does operations intel double loop - from local gov of last mile service to federal 

d2 save communities' economies  -how do get best of small enterprise and gov not worst of big business and big bureaucracy- t a time when what can be innovated with tech is changing yearly dut depends on transparency of open data

d3 what is the pathway to all lives matter - how common/different are actions different undervalued groups need - women, youth, skin color, faith , - what are the system challenges - eg lack of health, transport, safety, livelihood opportunity 

d4 how to deal with failure of us education at every level -see crow scripts on faliure of university- gordo brown scripts on failure of schools; review which parts of un are engaing new tech and new youth mobilsation in being first sustaiability generation- where is massive coopeartiohn opposite of massive individual examination


i1 can america design an asia policy humanising technology - two thirds of people- that helps younger half world sustain love and action sdgs, not hate across borders, not destruction of sdgs by biggest investors

12 in addition to climate which agreements rest of world put hundreds of years of hi-level work on that trump tore up will biden renew- and does america understand how no national leader needs american advice until or unless america shows ihow to end covid


Wednesday, December 2, 2020

 here's some homework i wish anyone who takes up us governance in jan 20 2021 would kindly do to doublecheck they know how to serve peoples- it seems living in washington dc these last 4 years that this has lost the will to serve ordinary peoples

https://www.coursera.org/learn/towards-agenda-2030

https://www.coursera.org/learn/towards-agenda-2030/discussionPrompt/rnjFM/ready-steady-go?answerId=2bjKJDSgEeuMagqWRQvY8w

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

 for info, here is a summary of bidens picks for 6 leaders of economics- 1 The incoming administration's economic team is set to be led by Janet Yellen, a former Federal Reserve chair whom Biden nominated for treasury secretary

2 No other name on Biden's proposed economic team has created more blowback from Republicans than Neera Tanden.Tanden's role, as Biden's director of the Office of Management and Budget, Currently the CEO of the left-leaning public policy organization the Center for American Progress, Tanden is a veteran of both the Clinton and Obama administrations and would be the first woman of color to lead OMB. On Tuesday Tanden spoke of her mother, who immigrated to the U.S. from India, divorced and was left to raise two young children. She said her family relied on Section 8 housing vouchers to pay rent and food stamps for a time to get by while growing up in suburban Boston.But over the weekend, as rumblings of her nomination began to surface, Republicans cast doubt on her chances of getting confirmed.

Rounding out Biden's economic team

3 Cecilia Rouse is Biden's selection to be chair of the Council of Economic Advisers., Rouse, who currently serves as dean of the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, would also be a trailblazer.She would be just the fourth woman and the first Black woman to lead the CEA since it was established nearly 75 years ago.

Biden economic appointees include 4 Jared Bernstein and 5 Heather Boushey as members of the CEA. Both served as economic advisers to Biden during his time as vice president. Biden also named 6 Wally Adeyemo, who, if confirmed, would become the Treasury Department's first Black deputy secretary.

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

 2021 offers a whole new world of amerucan connections starting with state department secretary blinken 

market by market it will be fascinating to see - is the new world of pharma to be dominated by those who share life saving drugs at cost or will it go back to 2010s when much of big pharma spent its time on addictining peoles to opiuum - highly profitable for a few global corporates - tragic for we the peoples

it seems that wall street believes post covid will make the biggest western corporations bigger- this seems to me to conflict with anyone or everyone who wants 21stc youth to be the first sdg generation

coming from 260 years of adam smith network debates on the value of machines and humans whats the odds that by cop26 nov 2021 the whole new new world will include a win-win america instead of 7 no trumps