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Since 2003, corporAID has been reporting on business-oriented development cooperation and how to create innovative solutions for sustainable global development through corporate responsibility.

CSR day 2021

Digital sustainability

The 21th CSR Day will take place on October 16st under the title “Digi for SDG - The new DNA for the economy”.


Machines for Nairobi

The fittings manufacturer Blum and the state of Vorarlberg support the carpenter training in Nairobi, Kenya.

Plates instead of bins

Price for food savers

The ideas competition “Plate instead of a bin” brings companies to the curtain that are committed to saving food.

Grand Transitions

Explaining the world

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
Vaclav Smil shows how mankind made the transition from traditional agricultural societies to modern civilization.

Fact check sustainability

Faithful to the facts

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
The physicist Thomas Unnerstall formulates a list of priorities in terms of sustainability.


Achieving more together

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
For Cora Bay from Leverist, sustainable development can only be achieved in cooperation with business.


3rd conversation: Sustainability needs more radical thinking

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
In the corporAID 3-person conversation, Peter Bartsch from Lenzing, Alessa Lux from KPMG and Lars Mallasch from Mondi discuss sustainability.

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Due diligence in the supply chain pays off

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
Mario Micelli, Austrian National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines, on the benefits of due diligence in the supply chain.

OeKB bonds

Excellent bonds

The first two Sustainability Bonds from Oesterreichische Kontrollbank OeKB have met with great interest from investors - and also bring fresh capital to the Oesterreichische Entwicklungsbank OeEB for sustainable projects.

Kofi Annan Award

African solutions

The Kofi Annan Award for Innovations in Africa is in the starting blocks - a new initiative with which the Federal Chancellery would like to intensify Austrian-African relations.