Sendzimir Foundation implemented the 2 year long project in cooperation with the Kampinos National Park. The project involved key groups from local communities in cooperation with the park for the protection of nature.
The project created and implemented by the Sendzimir Foundation for the Green Areas Management (ZZW) unit in the City of Warsaw as part of the program for the sustainable management of surface and rainwater in the city.
As part of the second Citizens’ Initiative project, we have implemented 15 initiatives in various parts of Poland. The project covered 12 communes, located in 6 provinces.
The Cracow University of Technology and the Sendzimir Foundation in cooperation with INTBAU Poland have already completed two editions of the annual Postgraduate Studies in Sustainable Urban Development Management.
The Sendzimir Foundation in cooperation with the City of Marki Office and local residents implemented the EcoMarki project – citizens’ local initiatives for the environment.
For two years, thanks to this EU Erasmus+ project, we had the opportunity to deal intensively with the questions: How can we support people and organizations in transformation towards innovation?
The flagship educational undertaking of the Sendzimir Foundation. The course has been held every year since 1998, we have completed a total of 18 editions!
In May and June 2015, during a series of workshops, we created model rain gardens with the participation of Lodz inhabitants, in the surrounding of institutions available to the public (culture centres, social welfare institutions etc.).
The Sendzimir Foundation project, which aimed to carry out a participatory process for planning the development of two municipal parks in Jaworzno – Park Podłęże and Park Lotników.
The goal of the project was to implement innovative methods of nature management in three Polish cities – Krakow, Lodz and Poznan. This included creating an interactive platform for research, consultation and monitoring of the quality of nature; building a dialogue between local self-governments and social partners as well as a number of educational activities and involving urban residents.
Challenges of sustainable water management – Ecosystem services in the era of climate change project aims at improving water management and the use of ecosystem services in urban areas in a manner conducive to water protection.
Pilot project that contributed to the development of model practices for the use of ecosystem services for sustainable urban development and their popularisation.