The second international meeting took place as part of the C4E – Central and Eastern European Energy Efficiency Forum from 13 to 16 June 2018 in Serock near Warsaw.
The C4E is a conference on energy efficiency issues in eastern and central Europe. The conference focuses on more than a highly substantive level, but also provides participants with ideal conditions for exchanging ideas, good practices, concrete and practical solutions. It enables establishing contacts among the people who, despite coming from different backgrounds and countries, deal with the same issues and problems.
During the “Local activities aimed at increasing the quality of life” panel, the Implementation of the Air Quality Program for the Malopolska Region – Malopolska in a healthy atmosphere” LIFE project was presented. Participants of the discussion panel had the opportunity to learn more about the activities of the Malopolska Region conducted within the LIFE project and about the effects of the implementation of it. Joanna Kiersnowska – a LIFE Project Specialist at the Marshal’s Office of the Malopolska Region and Kamila Pakuła – an Eco-manager in Gorlice presented the possibilities related to employment in municipalities of Eco-managers to the participants of the discussion panel. Issues related to energy, environmental protection, new technologies as well as opportunities and challenges facing Central and Eastern Europe in the context of the LIFE project and the effects of its implementation were discussed during parallel discussion panels.