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Katharina Kainz-Traxler

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Katharina Kainz-Traxler has been writing for corporAID Magazine since 2006. Before that, the graduate of the Vienna University of Economics and Business was for two years editorial member of an Austrian weekly magazine.

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Trigos: the pioneers in 2021

Whether food rescue app, plastic recycling or learning workshop - the TRIGOS 2021 went to exciting entrepreneurial initiatives.

The current number

Above the clouds

More than 7.500 satellites fly over the earth, a few are also on the move on behalf of African countries.

SDG pioneers 2021

SDG pioneers: working with an agenda

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
The SDG Pioneers 2021 show how sustainability can actually be implemented in core business.

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SDG Pioneer Robert Okine: A Data Man

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
Robert Okine, SDG pioneer for digital innovation & inclusion, wants to promote the implementation of the 17 SDGs with his IT company Bewsys.

Alliance to End Plastic Waste

Together against plastic pollution

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
The Alliance to End Plastic Waste wants to take action against plastic waste and preserve plastics as a resource - for example with Project STOP.

Interview

The problem is serious but solvable

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
The plastics industry needs to be part of the solution when it comes to fighting plastic pollution, says Jacob Duer, AEPW.

Interview

At the hot spot

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
Dorothea Wiplinger, Sustainability Manager at Borealis, about Project STOP in Indonesia.

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unsolved

Issue 92 - Fall 2021
Today plastic can be found everywhere: in meadows, forests, rivers and seas. The progressive plasticization of our environment has many causes, from wasteful use to ...

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Build forward

Issue 91 - summer 2021
Since the 2015 SDGs for Sustainable Development were adopted in 17, a team led by US economist Jeffrey Sachs has been getting to work every year ...

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Baobab: Africa's superfruit

Issue 91 - summer 2021
Africa's imposing baobab trees thrive in harsh conditions and can live for more than a thousand years. Its vitamin and fiber-rich fruits - in powder form - are being consumed more and more frequently in Europe and the USA. But baobab has not yet made its big market breakthrough.