Minster for Federal Affairs, Europe and the Media of North Rhine-Westphalia

Media partner


Media partner:

Logo_forum_nachhaltig_wirtschaften_CMYK forum Nachhaltig Wirtschaften
www.nachhaltigwirtschaften.net
"forum Nachhaltig Wirtschaften" is the magazine on corporate social responsibility (CSR) with the largest geographical coverage in the German-speaking world. This quarterly publication provides top decision-makers in the political and economic fields and non-profit organisations with examples of best practice that are worthy of imitation.

"forum Nachhaltig Wirtschaften" is both a special-interest and a specialist magazine. The cover feature offers a critical investigation of current developments and trends, while the section on "Practice" provides CSR managers and sustainability experts with a tool for success in their professional day-to-day business. "Topics" such as Energy & Climate or Conservation of Resources & Environmental Protection, together with a "Special" and a "Sector Report", get to the heart of complex subject areas. A "Service" section offers book suggestions, news about people and event hints and tips.

The on-line portal www.forum-csr.net carries up-to-date notices, specialist contributions, company portraits and events relating to Corporate Social Responsibility from a range of media.


macondo_komma_cyan macondo media group
www.macondo.de
The macondo media group is an owner-operated publishing company. Our major business areas are our own publications and competence in corporate communication. The subject of "Corporate Social Responsibility" plays a prominent role here. Therefore we publish the United Nations Global Compact International Yearbook and UmweltDialog (Environmental Dialogue), Germanys leading CSR news wire.

 


_welt-sichtenLogo-2 "welt-sichten"
www.welt-sichten.org
"welt-sichten" explains the background to global political issues and focuses attention on emerging and developing countries. Each month, the magazine offers analyses, reports and interviews on a broad range of topics: from the global economy and development policy to climate change and environmental protection, peace issues and the role of the church and religions. "welt-sichten" is published by the Verein für entwicklungspolitische Publizistik, comprising seven Protestant and Catholic development organisations based in Germany and Switzerland.