Our Cooperations

Coordination Office for Service Learning of the University of Bonn

Service learning (learning through engagement) is a form of teaching and learning that combines subject-specific learning in the classroom with social engagement. With the partners of the Bonn Alliance as well as their networks, the establishment of the coordination office takes place in the midst of lively cooperation on sustainability topics.

Bonn Water Network

With the partners of the Bonn Alliance as well as their networks, the establishment of the coordination office takes place in the midst of lively cooperation on sustainability topics.

Bonn Network International Civil Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction

The Bonn Network International Civil Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction unites the Bonn-based actors of national and international disaster control in partnership.

Bonn Sustainability Portal

The Bonn Sustainability Portal is an information platform and network forum on sustainable development. It has been part of Bonn’s large sustainability landscape since 2009. From the perspective of the institutions, organizations and companies based in Bonn, it offers an overview on the sustainability in, around and beyond Bonn.

City of Bonn

The city of Bonn unites a unique combination of research, education and policy advice on the future topic of sustainable development. Bonn is not only a city of science, but also the location of the UN in Germany. The 20 UN organizations, with the Climate Change Secretariat as the best-known institution, are largely focused on sustainability issues.

Our Sponsors

The Bonn Alliance for Sustainability Research/ Innovation Campus Bonn (ICB) is funded by the Ministry of Culture and Science of the German State of North Rhine-Westphalia.

The Bonn Alliance’s Research Project “Digitainable: Digitalization and Sustainability” is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).

The project “Bioeconomy in North Rhine-Westphalia: A study on the reorientation of NRW’s bioeconomic strategy” is funded by the Ministry of the Environment, Agriculture, Conservation and Consumer Protection of North Rhine-Westphalia (MULNV).