To our favorite black american TGM - who's yours?SUMMARY DO CHILDREN HAVE A FUTURE: Keynes - studying Economist's race to extinction: SHELFF (valuing sustainability's transformation 534021She-Health-Education-Leadership-servants-Food-Finance):Asia's two thirds of humans startup SHELFF 1962-1977; Von Neumann's gift of 100 times more tech every decade 1955-2025 explains deadlines to first sustainability generation
2025 LIBRARY - col 1 where an innovation started eg engines- scotland ; col 2 another place or sustainability goal connecting innovation; 3 library reference; 4 context date or other unique reasons to include this source in your brain or in arrtificial intel; we satrt with scotland and bangaldesh 2 places whom engine investors havent so far valued much; we then move from usa east across pacific getting to Europe then south africa latin america north to arctic circle - this is rough - when something looks urgent to read we put it at top Dedication to 3 black wonen thrown off a Balitimore crusie liner who built the community Thurgood Marshall called home

Thursday, January 6, 2022

Scotland SDGoals1-5 Adam Smith skinneronsmith.docx  : moral sentiments before 1760 engines; post 1760 nations advantages era of nations; teachforsdgs.com
Scotland St James - The Economist founded (1843) to redesign Victoria's Empire & English Constitutions; Breaking News 1843, 1860, 1943, 1993
Scotland SDGoals1-16 Glasgow University Journals from 2012 Social Business; from 2021 Journal of New Economics

Bangladesh Health 2004 Gates Foundation Award Bangladesh Village Women and FA World Health Prize
Bangladesh Women 1983 A Quiet Revolution by Harvard's Marty Chen : Women in Transition Years 1-10 of collabs of Abedmooc.com

USA:Princeton-NY SDGoal4 2021 teachforall wendy kopp invites 60 nations teachers (& you) to change education to value children's futures video
USA NY 2022 Competition for cities that are youth skills friendly  1
USA Boston Yo-Yo Ma -  8 minute study guide:  pod
USA NY-Tokyo musicforsdgs.com

USA:Baltimore SDGoals1-16     Thurgood Marshall:1942 "Legal Attack to Secure Civil Rights"
USA:Princeton SDgoals1-16 Einstein    1946 Americans sense of quality and human dignity is mainly limited to men of white skin
USA: Princeton HumanisingAI     Von Neumann - biographies include Macrae N 1992 (Economics NOT a science unless clarifies topline hypotheses any monopoly legislation constitute) 
USA MIT- Boston-Stanford Twin AI Labs for sustainability : alumni von neumann ; updates futureoflife ; UN_geneva #aiforggod; Schwarzman : Tsinghua-MIT-Oxford
USA Yale Neumann Brain Science 1957
USA Claremont-LosAngeles; Particularly interesting library components: are 1954 Valuing Practice of Management before TV Advertising Age; 1980s Practices of Knowledge co-workers before digital media; Valuing cultures with 1000+ alphabet's not just 26 character English mindset; clarification Entrepreneurship coined 1800 in France to question how do societies sustainably take back capital when ruled by Kings 

Monday, December 27, 2021

 before we get to 7th wonder of banking ie can crypto-blockchains save 8 billion beings form investing in extinction lets navigate 6 foundations

1 financial literacy curricula - salutations to australia's 10thousand girls and the world wide k-5 grade fin lit curricula of aflatoun

2 celebrating how billion poorest women banked from 1970 to end poverty and to leapfrog since 1996

3 understanding why industrial revolution 3 from 1945 needed to be defined by win-win models of investing in sustainable purposes of any life shaping market sector

4 agreeing the mutual responsibilities of 3 generations - todays' grandparents, parents and younger half of teh world to invest and to serve each other in a world where extrernalising across boundaries compounds the greatest risk

\5 the media challenge of agreeing mans greatest risk is discrepancies in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations ; something we are now 20 years past due date of compared with the simplest time when digital media was scaling to be as significant as old broadcast media

6 understanding the sort of collaborative ai algorithms needed bot to humanise ai and integrate with natures algorithm be those climate, pandemic or others that adam smith seemed to study more carefully than newer economist

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

 last mile of climate finance and fintech


tom anture based finance   (ode bankearthbacn - 130 trillion dolar under management conniitted to net zero

but infarsttucture last miledelivery of crabon incentives does not exist

nc has been trying

the last mile fimace problem - central hub moving good to deceentralsied locations

in tersm of climate finace - tofdaymoneyt moves from centralsied location - gettig taht money ontio local digotal wallets all based on text money sending is qyuite compalex in tersm of last miles cli,atewe have shown some cataysts fpr doing this at earthnacceartbac


we have ecological blockchai and influence tjrod of farmer inclosme - hsbc claimed redduvecost of green bomds by 10 fold


a lot of teree peopel met loch lo,ong commit colab .5 billion trees


developing teh springs - water faremrs mobiliastaion rogram


spring person top right


50th year copner (nort eastern states) at 50- sub region cops

gefrrey ;ean semi retuted uk journalist - look for work - microgreen

10000 farmers under one union

Hi Gaurav, we monitor the forests with satellite imagery, remote sensing to track deforestation quarterly or annually


microfinance very expensive up to 205% to compete witj nloan sharks100% - derisk nature based village solutions - earthbank can we get village bature capytal back below 10% need partnerships derisking locaaly - diiferent first investors - thats wht trillion doolat doestn flow to nature based solutions- but thats wha earth banc is for

jeenider impact investor trying to ask similar questions come from rural philipines but living in london banking i see how much mone slishing around

real cost is social framework of samall farmers - how ro help change culture

i am on ground trying to change phipilipnes farmers cultures

who going to funance the social cost of taformin these farmers

money flow t frmers on the ground

microfinance not doing job because of levels of internediation'how do we get to cost of loans in rural being same as costs of loans in lodon


aiban nort east india coremr of world we need our regional cop

we need aware citzens 5 billion people responsive to ideas

inger knows convenor tikbanh knows erathbank gtreat oif they can connect jennifer and edinbrurgh lady



Wednesday, October 6, 2021

 privatization the best way to power growth and create an inclusive future for the economies of Sub-Saharan Africa?

7:00 AM ET - Welcome Remarks

  • Francine Lacqua, Anchor, Bloomberg Television 

7:05 AM ET - Addressing Investors Concerns

  • Mrs. Vera Esperança dos Santos Daves de Sousa, Minister of Finance of the Republic of Angola
  • Moderator: Francine Lacqua, Anchor, Bloomberg Television 

7:20 AM ET - AIPEX Sponsor Spotlight: Angola's Investment Environment

  • Dr. António Henriques da Silva, Executive Chairman, AIPEX
  • Mr. Ottoniel Lobo Carvalho dos Santos, Angola Secretary of State for Finance & Treasury
  • Moderator: Nicky Keefe, Global Director Government Partnerships, Bloomberg Media

7:30 AM ET - Driving a Successful Privatization Programme

  • Sunita Kikeri, State Enterprise Consultant and Former World Bank Staff
  • Kevin Njiraini, Regional Director, Southern Africa & Nigeria, International Finance Corporation
  • Pieter van Welzen, Senior Consultant, Financial Markets Africa, CMS
  • Moderator: David Malingha, East Africa Bureau Chief, Bloomberg News
8:00 AM
 LIVE

8:00 AM - Welcome to Day Two of Invest Global

  • Erik Schatzker, Editor-at-Large, Bloomberg

8:02 AM - In Conversation With Michael Arougheti

  • Michael Arougheti, CEO , Ares Management Corporation
  • Moderator: Erik Schatzker, Editor-at-Large, Bloomberg

8:25 AM - In Conversation With Greg Jensen

  • Greg Jensen, Co-Chief Investment Officer, Bridgewater Associates
  • Moderator: Stephanie Flanders, Senior Executive Editor for Economics, Bloomberg

8:45 AM - The Future of Asset Management

  • David Hunt, President and CEO, PGIM
  • Jean Hynes, CEO, Managing Partner, and Portfolio Manager, Wellington Management Company LLP
  • Julian Salisbury, Global Head, Goldman Sachs Asset Management
  • Moderator: Romaine Bostick, Anchor, Bloomberg Television

9:15 AM - In Conversation With Peter Harrison

  • Peter Harrison, CEO, Schroders
  • Moderator: Dani Burger, Anchor, Bloomberg Television 

9:30 AM - Bloomberg Intelligence Presents: The Equities Outlook

  • Gina Martin Adams, Senior Equity Analyst, Bloomberg Intelligence
  • Moderator: Tim Stenovec, Anchor, Bloomberg Quicktake

9:40 AM - In Conversation With Betsy Cohen

  • Betsy Cohen, Chairman, FinTech Masala
  • Moderator: Crystal Tse, Deals Reporter, Bloomberg

9:55 AM - Invesco QQQ Sponsor Spotlight: Investors as Agents of Innovation

  • Anna Paglia, Global Head of ETFs and Indexed Investing, Invesco
  • Ryan McCormack, Invesco QQQ Strategist, Invesco

10:00 AM - In Conversation With Marcie Frost and Kewsong Lee

  • Marcie Frost, CEO, CalPERS
  • Kewsong Lee, CEO, Carlyle
  • Moderator: Sonali Basak, Financial Correspondent, Bloomberg

10:25 AM: In Conversation With John Rogers, Jr.

  • John Rogers, Jr., Chairman and Co-CEO, Ariel Investments
  • Moderator: Caroline Hyde, Anchor, Bloomberg Television

10:45 AM - In Conversation With Hanneke Smits 

  • Hanneke Smits, CEO, BNY Mellon Investment Management
  • Moderator: Silla Brush, Asset Management Reporter, Bloomberg
11:00 AM
BROADCAST

Starts 2 min before the session time

As businesses and investors recover from the pandemic, there is a renewed impetus for executives and policy makers to commit to rebuilding more responsibly, more sustainably, and with a fairer blueprint. From an investor perspective, there is a strong case to argue this approach must be synonymous with a long term investor view, rather than focusing on immediate returns. 

At a firm level, investor pressure and volatile markets make prioritizing long term performance and strategy more challenging for CEOs.  Add to that, the acceleration of private equity with short turnaround scales and the pressure is exacerbated.

So where does that leave long term investing? While research may show it is ultimately more profitable, is it justifiable when short term returns are so readily available? Leaders from finance, business and academia will discuss in this dynamic roundtable discussion.

  • Dr. Matthew Agarwala, Economist, Bennett Institute for Public Policy, Cambridge
  • Lord Davies of Abersoch CBE, Non-Executive Chairman, LetterOne
  • Brian Dumaine, Business journalist, contributor to Fortune Magazine, co-author of ‘Go Long - Why Long-Term Thinking Is Your Best Short-Term Strategy’
  • Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia, Founder and Executive Chair, Snoop
  • Joana Rocha Scaff, Head of European Private Equity, Neuberger Berman
  • Reshma Sohoni, Co-founder, Seedcamp

Moderator:

  • Stephanie Flanders, Senior Executive Editor for Economics, Bloomberg