Crises, catastrophes, diseases: Despite all the progress made in recent decades, the prevailing image of Africa in this country still has negative connotations - and does not do justice to the diversity of the continent. Why is that - and what can be done about it?
Jack Sim, founder of the World Toilet Organization, has been explaining the global toilet shortage to the world as "Mister Toilet" for 20 years.
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A three-person conversation about entrepreneurial solutions for overcoming global challenges as well as the need for innovation and cooperation.
Many companies want to make a contribution to climate protection. One way that is not undisputed is offsetting your own greenhouse gas emissions. New rules that were adopted at the World Climate Conference in Glasgow make the market clearer. And local social entrepreneurs are also successfully involved in the sale of CO2 certificates.
In the corporAID interview, Eva Schinkinger, CEO of the cable manufacturer GG Group, talks about the major trends in the global automotive industry.
The Styrian waste specialist Komptech is in better shape today than it was before the pandemic. The company is likely to continue to benefit from megatrends such as population growth, climate protection and the circular economy in the future. In any case, CEO Heinz Leitner is optimistic in an interview with corporAID.
Pandemic, climate crisis, wars and terror: According to the new ADA managing director Friedrich Stift, development cooperation is facing major tasks. To counter this, he is building on increased cooperation with innovative companies.
For Carlos Lange, CEO of the Jenbacher gas engine manufacturer Innio, globalization is a success story with a future. In an interview with corporAID, he explains how his company is preparing and helping to shape the transformation of the energy sector.