Ceetrus Poland is supporting this year’s Eco-City project. On July 7, during an online workshop for local government officials, a Ceetrus representative will showcase how to effectively plan blue and green infrastructure in development projects.
The goal of the Eco-City project is to promote the idea of sustainable development of urban spaces. On July 7, representatives of local governments will be able to take part in online workshops organized by the French Embassy in Poland, the UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Center, and the Teraz Środowisko editorial team.
The event’s partner will be Ceetrus Poland, and its representative Daniel Piotrowski will present how to plan blue and green infrastructure in development projects. He will discuss the latest, innovative Ceetrus projects in Poland and abroad, in which the integration of investments with the surrounding environment is a priority. Presentations will also be given by Dr. Monika Szewczyk from the UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Center, a representative of the French city of Nancy, and a representative of the city of Lublin.
Workshop participants will be able to listen and then talk about the stages of building a green city, solutions that do not interfere with the natural environment, and about searching for financial resources needed to carry out environmental changes.
The online event will start on July 7 at 10:00 am, and the broadcast of the meeting will be available on the Eco-City Facebook profile at https://www.facebook.com/EcoMiasto/
Eco-City is a nationwide project organized by the French Embassy in Poland, the UNEP/GRID-Warsaw Center and the online newspaper Teraz Środowisko. The strategic partners are Renault Poland, Ceetrus, BNP Paribas and the Veolia Foundation. More information about the competition and planned activities can be found at www.eco-miasto.pl and on social media.