Monthly ArchivesMarch 2017

Invitation to the debate “Clean air game” image

You are cordially invited to participate in the debate Clean air game which will take place on April 3, 2017, at the International Cultural Center in Krakow, Main Market Square 25. The meeting starts at 10:30 am. The issues included: How to fight Smog: inform and educate, scare and punish? Civic initiatives: how to oneself fight for clean air? Smog paragraphs: How can regulations help us? Coal and wood versus district heating network and renewable energy sources Can local governments stand to fight for clean air? European funds support the fight against smog Ecomanagers in municipalities: how do they help the people? Clean air game debate program Invitations to participation in the debate were directed those actively participating in civic anti-smog movements, representatives of local government ...

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Summary of the conference on heating modernization in the context of the requirements of the MCP Directive image

The Malopolska in a healthy atmosphere conference – the elimination of low emission and the modernization of district heating in the context of the requirements of the MCP directive took place on March 3, 2017 at the AGH Center for Energy, 36 Czarnowiejska in Krakow. The conference was attended by the representatives of a number of national and international HEIs, including the Polish Chamber of Commerce, the Regulatory Assistance Project, the heating companies in the Malopolska and Silesian Regions and the representatives of science. There were more than 60 targets: the representatives of self-governments and district heating, the managers of heating systems (especially those based on solid fuels), ecomanagers and interested institutions. The conference consisted of 3 parts: A session presenting the strategic problems ...

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Anti-smog ABC image

On July 1, 2017, an anti-smog resolution will begin to be binding for the entire region. This means that all of the inhabitants of the Malopolska Region will have to adapt to its regulations. This also applies to people living in Krakow – the anti-smog resolution for this city will begin to apply from September 1, 2019, but now the regional self-government is working on the so-called transitional anti-smog resolution for Krakow. The public consultation of the regulations is due to take effect from 1 July 2017 until the first anti-smog resolution for Krakow (September 1, 2019). What do the regulations mean in practice? See what will change. Anti-smog ABC

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Malopolska in a healthy atmosphere