Media Partners of the EcoMobility World Festival

Asia Energy Journal

Founded by a university student who loves writing on energy, Asia Energy Journal is one the leading Asia market news portals that provides breaking news and editorials as well as analysis reports and energy data.

Asia Energy Journal (AEJ) delivers up-to-date and relevant energy news in Asia, by publishing news, blogs and latest information on oil and natural gas, coal and mining , renewable energy, power generation,  LNG & transportation, and provide an outside perspective to the readers around the world. It is also developing detailed profiles on the top Asian energy companies and projects in the region.

Cities Today

Cities Today is the leading magazine on sustainable development of cities. 

Having worked on publications focusing on urban development for the World Bank, UN-HABITAT, the Inter-American Development Bank and the Asian Development Bank, PFD’s editorial team saw the opportunity to launch the first global publication dedicated to city leaders.

Bringing together the experience of the multilateral sector with that of the private sector and the local governments themselves, the magazine focuses on the challenges and solutions for city leaders and local governments providing analysis, case studies and features cover transport, energy, construction, public safety, infrastructure, planning, finance, and the use of Information and Communication Technology in urban development and management.


Revolve is the platform for creative and innovative solutions. Highlighting new ideas, energy projects and environmental issues to build a culture of sustainability, Revolve challenges traditional news content to transmit the potential of positive change. As an award-winning international magazine, Revolve is a hybrid media bringing together digital and print features with video and 3-D expos to provide an interactive and quality experience.

Each issue has special dossiers: CITIES, showing new sustainable urban initiatives, and VIEWS, illustrating thematic stories with exceptional photography. The complementary online coverage includes shorter articles on energy, the environment, water, natural resources, and more inspiring projects that encourage greater sustainability.

RTCC - Responding to climate change

Responding to Climate Change (RTCC) is a Non-Governmental Organisation and an official observer to the United Nations climate change negotiations dedicated to raising awareness about climate change issues. RTCC also officially supports the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in its outreach programme through Climate Change TV, the world's first online video broadcaster dedicated entirely to climate change issues. RTCC´s mission is to provide a robust and informative news service covering all the latest developments in climate change policy and low-carbon technological development.

Thomson Reuters

“It is intended to serve and encourage sustainability initiatives across the global community of professionals.” Thomson Reuters CEO Jim Smith.

Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. Sustainability on combines insight from across the company, and from a valued community of external partners.

Their aim is to provide additional insight on the global field of Sustainability from experts working in specialist fields such as Climate, Energy, Health, Law and Corporate Governance.  The Youth Perspectives section is intended to provide a voice for the next generation, for whom decisions today around Sustainability will be especially impactful.