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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.

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.


Africa on the radar

Many airlines are expanding their plans to include destinations in Africa - good news for Africa's troubled tourism industry.

5 surprising facts about Africa's music and film industry

Streaming is booming in Africa and is opening up unimagined publication and income opportunities for the music and film industry. Whether song or series: African users also have ...

Choco Changer

Fairtrade cocoa is booming

Discount giant Hofer is increasingly relying on Fairtrade cocoa.

Plastic pollution

Get out of the environment

The waste disposal initiative Project STOP founded by Borealis and Systemiq in Indonesia will be continued.

Ideas platform

Make sustainability tangible

This year's Sustainability Action Days have the motto "Realizing global goals for sustainable development together: actively shape your future!"

New series

The climate on the screen

Austria's largest private TV station group, ProSiebenSat.1 Puls 4, offers well-founded facts about climate change with the new series of climate heroes.

The Spirit of Green

Green in spirit

Issue 91 - summer 2021
William D. Nordhaus shows how one can best meet global challenges with “green thinking”.

Planet Palm

Fatal fat

Issue 91 - summer 2021
Jocelyn C. Zuckerman describes in a short and interesting way how palm oil became the most widely used vegetable oil on earth.