End Poverty is number 1 job of any keynsian and millennials; future capitalism
Societal demands of credit for the poor, internet knowhow for the poor and green energy triangularise around the same map. Some may find it paradoxical but economic value is also systemised around these foundations. This is partly because nature is very contextual in the way she treates biomass mapping. She expects one waste output to become another system's local input. People who globalise a standard cannot expect to biomimic nature's microscopic interactions. Their giant processes compound ever more waste both in its own boxed in way and where it tries to interface with other global boxed-in designs. It is for reasons like these that the carbon energy world's largest organisations seldom find serving edgy innovations of solar -or other clean energy maps- fit their modus operandi. This is neither a social nor an economic reason for letting them block rapid deployment of clean energy- which is as abunadant as we choose to work it.
*productivity entrepreneurship & 5 collaboration games
Bangladesh -with its microentrepreneur 1 2 networks - is a world leader in creating green jobs, installing more solar units than USA. Lesson #1 appears to be - connect every rural community to the opportunity of green jobs through internet centres - it would be a disaster to have unequal access to green job creation (just like it would have been a disaster if USA had only connecetd some of its states with highways)
|*demand entrepreneurship & 5 collaboration games.||*d3|
Energy is ultimately about liberating productivity of people. While linking green energy across the USA may not be a case of giving poor people electricity for the first time as it is in bangladesh , the principle of how can green energy liberate the poorest is the most sustainable starting place we can imagine mapping for developing 5 million green usa jobs in the most sustainable way. The economics of solar are such that returning value produced by the energy to the community should be the primary gravitational focus of yes we can’s first wave of connecting green knowledge for and by the people.