Monday, July 23, 2018






SDGirls reasons to celebrate east's sustainability maps and q3 why not map how usa helped JKIII save world



Chris Macrae

Chris Macrae

UNWOMENS job creation agent at EconomistPoor.com
what a difference 2 years makes from the exposure of almost all of soccers world cup riches going to a few greedy men and swiss banks to a thank you to russia for a great world cup- and the sad rio olympics that has left slums and poverty worse than ever to the new olympics series kicked off by jack ma's thank you korea ...lets hope that Maolympics.com is on a community for all relay through Tokyo 20 , Beijing 22, Paris 24 with footbal rising through Qatar 22 best known for its girls education city and inaugruation of the education laureates around sir fazle abed- with btreaking news aoril 2018 jack ma and sir azle start fikrst partnership aimed at banking for billion poorest gorls and you tell us isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com - next summit at brac octoiber 1 to 7
Entrepreneurial Revolution: ?An unlikely couple to save girls development world and relaunch UN - a Bangladeshi who left to study at Glasgow University in 1955, became a ceo of an oil company before spending 46 years living in villages to empower girls to develop bangladesh by SME-value chains- a Chinese man who spent his teens and twenties as a tourist guide and english teacher in hangzhou before a trip to seattle changed his life around how the www can sme livelihoods across china and every nation who celebrates SDGirls with china. Join the week long celebrations by friends and alumni of Sir Fazle and Jack Ma - Dhaka October 1-7 or send us a co-cteation to whatsapp/linkin with you chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
All my life i have dreamed of the day when English speaking media started propagating truth's good news. I realise that q3 (1950-1975) best news for human sustainability -how usa developed Japan, Korea, Taiwan. HK, Singapore became the first multi-win world trade route since new and old world maps began in Anno Domini 1500 - may seem controversial in America's current era of 7 no trumps but let's start with the truth about Great Britain's misguided era of ruling the waves from 1500.. Growing up in London of 1950s and 1960s nothing turned my brain off more than history teachers at school. We kept going back to the Romans in 55BC, but never got to the 20th Century. It was only much later that I realised that in England no history teacher -let alone any politician of the 1960s - had any idea of the history curriculum of the Q1 and Q2 of the 20th century. For example imagine examining children on this history "Two world wars were fought in large part because from 1500 mercantile Britannia increasingly slave-traded and colonised most places along the southern coastal belt of the old world's large continent Eurasia- East of Gwadar in Pakistan zig zagging around the coasts all the way to Hong Kong."
More on quarter 3 of 20th C footnoted below
10 reasons to celebrate oriental invitation to youth to unite round sdgs
10 Over two thirds of humans live in the east- they know sustainability risks in ways g7 people don’t
AROUND THE WORLD OF SDGIRLS IN 80 CLICKS
EDU 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 0
FINANCE 1 2
Value models- girls sustain un and species 1 2 3 4 5
Media 1 2
9 Sustainabiliity goals can be defined as those that co-create livelihoods for and by communities around the world- unlike the old industrial age, they are not a cause for competing or doing harm to others- sustainable economies are people centric roughly correlating with size of populations

Sunday, July 22, 2018

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Press Release

Madrid, Spain, 23 July 2018PR No. 18055
UNWTO launches an online Platform to Achieve SDGs through Tourism 
UNWTO launches an online Platform to Achieve SDGs through Tourism
Madrid, Spain, 23 July 2018 - Promoting a greater engagement of the tourism sector with sustainable development is the main objective of the Tourism for SDGs Platform. The online tool is designed to advance the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals through tourism, and was developed by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) with the support of Switzerland’s State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO).
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) constitute an ambitious global agenda for people, planet, prosperity and peace through partnerships. The SDGs aim to end poverty, fight inequality and injustice, and solve climate change by 2030. The economic relevance of tourism, representing up to 10% of the world’s GDP and employment, makes harnessing its full potential essential for the advancement of the SDGs.
Tourism4SDGs.org is a co-creation space that allows users to access a wide range of resources, add their own initiatives, findings and projects, motivate discussion and collaboration, and share content related to tourism and sustainable development.
“Tourism plays a vital role in many, if not all, of the 17 Goals”, said UNWTO Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili. “Tourism has come of age as a cross-cutting economic activity with deep social ramifications, and the Tourism for SDGs Platform is providing the global tourism community with a space to co-create and engage to realize the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”, he added.
“Switzerland strongly supports this platform as it will allow a focus on the three main components of sustainable tourism: its economic, environmental and social dimensions,” said Ambassador Raymund Furrer of SECO.
The platform’s three main features act as a call for action. Learn, Share and Act, the three levels of interaction at Tourism4SDGs.org, aim not only to educate but also to encourage conversation and collaboration towards a sustainable tourism sector.
The platform was launched during the United Nations High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development ‘Transformation towards sustainable and resilient societies’ (New York, 9-18 July) during an event co-hosted by UNWTO and the One Planet network.

Useful links:
Tourism for SDGS Platform website
Tourism for SDGS Platform – Introduction video
UNWTO Sustainable Development of Tourism programme

Contacts:
UNWTO Communications Department
Tel: (+34) 91 567 8100 / Fax: +34 91 567 8218 / comm@unwto.org
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