Our newest publication, edited by Tomasz Jeleński, is now ready for download. It is a comprehensive guide that explains and presents the wide range of possible solutions (technologies and materials) to be implemented in each building element to minimise its environmental impact.
In February 2022, we started the project Urban river valleys ecosystems. The potential of ecosystem services in anthropogenic climate change mitigation. In collaboration with Phronesis SA in Oslo, we will raise awareness of the river valley ecosystems’ value for life quality and climate change mitigation in cities.
In January 2022, we started the implementation of a two-year project. It aims to deepen the knowledge of primary school students and teachers about the role of blue-green infrastructure in adapting to climate change. In partnership with the Warsaw – Wawer District Office and PS Paaby Prosess – Edu_Action from Norway, we will create an education centre for the people in the city.
Green Leader is a pilot training and advisory program of the Polish-American Freedom Foundation, implemented by the Sendzimir Foundation. The program aims to support local leaders in their activities aimed at environmental protection, adaptation and mitigation of climate change and sustainable development.
The Metropolitan Action Group was established as part of the INTERLACE project with the goal to cooperate in order to renew and strengthen natural areas in 15 municipalities of the Krakow Metropolis. The inaugural meeting was held online on March 18, 2021.
We are happy to announce that the Sendzimir Foundation, as the second Polish organization after the city of Krakow, joined the Climate Heritage Network (CHN). Thus, we are among more than 220 organizations from around the world that are committed to strengthening the role of art, culture and heritage in climate action.