Ceetrus Poland at Eco-City 2020

17 September 2020

Ceetrus Poland will once again take part in the Eco-City international conference. As a strategic partner of the project, the company will award one of the winners of the competition aiming to popularize the sustainable development of cities. The conference will be held on September 21-25 at the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw.

Ceetrus Poland’s sustainable development strategy is based on two key pillars: Carbon neutral C- and Territory positive T+. The first one is a response to the ongoing climate change, the second – to the needs of local communities. The Eco-City project organized by the French Embassy in Poland, the UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Center and the online journal Teraz Środowisko addresses issues important to Ceetrus Poland.

- We want to share good practices and knowledge, especially in the field of shaping and designing urban spaces and facilities in accordance with the principles of sustainable development and together with local communities. That is why we decided to take an active part in the Eco-City project once again and award its winners – says Ada Walentek, CEO of Ceetrus Poland.

Ceetrus Poland representatives will take part in several debates and discussion panels as part of the Eco-City 2020 conference, which will be held on September 21-25 at the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw.

Ada Walentek, CEO of Ceetrus Poland will appear in the debate entitled “Post-pandemic cities”. She will talk about new projects that Ceetrus Poland is currently working on and how they can contribute to the sustainable development of cities and local communities. The panel will start on September 21 at 12:00 and will be broadcast online.

Agnieszka Gutowska, Marketing Director, Communication and CSR Leader, will take part in the panel entitled “Cooperation with residents”, which will take place on September 23. Agnieszka Gutowska will talk about dialogue and cooperation with local communities, which is a key element of Ceetrus Poland’s CSR strategy.

As a strategic partner of the Eco-City 2020 project, Ceetrus Poland will also fund a special award in the Eco-City competition in the “Urban Greenery” category. The representatives of the winning city will take part in a study trip, during which they will visit one of the international mixed-use projects implemented by Ceetrus in Europe.

The aim of the competition is to popularize the sustainable development of urban spaces. Due to the pandemic, this year’s conference is held in line with strict sanitary rules. Meetings, discussion panels and the award ceremony will be held online. The program of the Eco-City 2020 conference is available at