April 27, 2016
April 27, 2016
In cooperation with the Government of Serbia, alliance international media produced its latest project “Thinking Green & Living Clean”, exclusive print and digital publication in English language, distributed in April 2016, the month when the world celebrates the Earth Day.
Sustainable development based on environmental protection ensures for the long-term existence of human society. The first step on this path is education on the rational management of human, natural and economic resources, and the use of good examples from the country, the region and the world.
Due to the great importance of this topic, as well as the potential possessed by the “green economy”, this special edition presents the four most important thematic areas:
- WATER: Efficient use of water in production; use of groundwater, surface water and drinking water
- WASTE: An essential resource for development or useless material?
- ENERGY, CONSTRUCTION, TRAFFIC: Renewable energy is the energy of the future, intelligent and energy-efficient buildings, modern transport infrastructure and traffic that pollutes less
- GREEN ECONOMY: A development opportunity for Serbia
- CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY
The aim of the publication is to present the good practices of Serbia and Serbian companies in order to encourage others to follow a route that is socially responsible, economically stable and protective of nature.
- Snežana Bogosavljević Bošković Ph.D., Serbian Minister of Agriculture and Environmental Protection
- Professor Čedo Maksimović, Imperial College London, UK
- Professor Aleksandar Jovović, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade
- Marko Slokar, Managing Director at MS SVET Ltd., Slovenia
- Professor Vladimir Janković, University of Manchester, UK
alliance international media (aim) is a regional leader in print media publishing, targeting economic, political and diplomatic leaders in Serbia and the region. For more than a decade aim has built its excellent reputation on the basis of independent and transparent operations and the world’s highest media production standards.
aim has published monthly magazine CorD since December 2003, which is recognised as one of the region’s top English-language publications.
Although the majority of aim’s publications are produced in English, the company has also published editions in another ten languages, almost always working in close cooperation established over many years with numerous organisations and associations.