Which cities are most advanced in their fight against smog? What method are local governments employing in order to tackle the problem of air pollution? Who is the best at replacing coal furnaces? Who is investing in zero-emission public transport, and who has devoted their attention predominantly to informative and educational initiatives? Will the decrease of turnover of local authorities slow down their effort? How will the increase of gas prices influence the replacement rate of coal furnaces? What new solutions aiming to tackle smog need to be implemented in the face of increasing energy prices? Residents of which cities are most, and to a lesser degree, bothered with smog?
Member of the Board of the Silesian Voivodeship
Co-Founder, Kraków Smog Alarm (Krakowski Alarm Smogowy) Association and Polish Smog Alarm (Polski Alarm Smogowy) – the movement of citizens’ initiatives for clean air
Mayor of Rybnik
Director & Co-ordinator for Green Space in Warsaw, Office of the Capital City of Warsaw
President's Plenipotentiary for Air Quality, Krakow City Hall