impressum & partner

 

Dieser Blog ist aus dem Transmedia-Workshops, der 2017 unter Leitung von Dr. Thomas Klein und Giovanni Fonseca während der Internationalen Sommeruniversität 2017 „Transmedia Storytelling – Kultur des Klimawandels: Kommunizieren für die Zukunft“ des Climate Culture Communications Lab (CCCLab) hervorgegangen. 

 

KMGNE Kolleg für Management und Gestaltung nachhaltiger Entwicklung gGmbH
Director: Dr. Joachim Borner
Reichenberger Straße 150
10999 Berlin
Germany

E-Mail: info@kmgne.de
Internet: www.kmgne.de

Vat ID no. as per § 27a German VAT Law
DE 196 168 685

Registration Court:
Charlottenburg Magistrate’s Court, HRB 69229

The person responsible for the content of the KMGNE Internet presence as per § 5 Telemedia Law (TMG):
Dr. Joachim Borner
Kolleg für Management und Gestaltung nachhaltiger Entwicklung gGmbH (KMGNE)

Design and editorial desk:
Björn Barutzki

Design and graphics:
Björn Barutzki

Web Implementation:
Björn Barutzki (bbarutzki@kmgne.de)

All contents of this site are subject to copyright. The acquisition, duplication and distribution of the content or parts thereof requires the written approval of the Collegium of Management and Design of Sustainable Development gGmbH.

Note on external links:
The Collegium of Management and Design of Sustainable Development gGmbH is responsible for it’s “own content” that is available for use, according to general laws. This content cross-references (“links”) to content provided by other providers for whom we are not responsible. Through these links, the Collegium of Management and Design of Sustainable Development gGmbH makes “third party content” available only for use. For this external content is only responsible if it is from them (i.e. also of illegal or criminal content) and if it is technically possible and reasonable to prevent their use.

As cross-referencing is dynamic references, the College of Management and Design of Sustainable Development gGmbH will have checked the content of this external link first to establish whether any civil or criminal liability could be triggered. It is not a legal requirement to constantly check the content to which is referred, which could give rise to liability.

It is only when it is discovered, or is pointed out by others, that a cross reference or link that triggers a civil or criminal liability, will be removed if it is technically possible and reasonable to do so.