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Thursday, December 31, 2009

2009= canada countdown to 2030 sdgs

christina-
sounds great
are there any bookmarks to the movement--i am trying to catalogue synergies which may arrive in my hometown glasgow cop26 nov 2021-so special interest there
i am aware italy and scotland are co-hosting which sounds good to me

the main hub of soros 30 universities is vienna where ban-ki moon is leading climate adaptability Global Center on Adaptation  -is there any likelihood that your team/university might want to join the soros coalition OSUN | Open Society University Network at Bard College







it appears sask already collaborates on one curriculum with soros 31 year old central euro uni

a few years back i was quite well connected with some green canadian politicians eg georgina bensick- is it worth mailing here to see if she may have some synergetic leads https://www.linkedin.com/in/georginabencsik/

it seems i have 23 other first level canadian linkedins- i recognise most as connecting from hopes i had 10 years ago- in knowledge communities canadians had pioneeered term communities of practice and do tapscott had long be one of the 5 futurists i had most agreed with including some excellent work on transparency syndicates - i expect many of these may have turned to green issues but maybe you already have the full range of canadian friends you need

cheers chris  +1 240 316 8157
i should say i am not well versed on what that part of csanada most cares about climatewise


On Friday, 4 September 2020, 23:31:59 GMT-4, Christina Kwauk :


Hi Chris, 

Just wanted to let you know that I will be leaving Brookings by the end of the year, as I have taken up a new role as of Sept. 1 as Associate Director of a large 6-year climate change education project at the University of Saskatchewan that is hoping to inform climate change/education strategies at COP26 and beyond. If Rosalia or Marta are interested, I'd be keen to hear what they are planning. Please keep me in the loop. 

Cheers,
Christina

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