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Many people talk about it although they know little about it. They have never been to the Bialowieza Forest. They base their judgment on information available in the media, which is often created by people who do not know much about this unique forest.
Everyone may go to the Bialowieza Forest and see what it is really like
Today in the Ministry of Environment, in the presence of Paweł Sałek, the Deputy Minister of Environment, Government Plenipotentiary for climate policy, an agreement for the implementation for the innovative project “Development of Urban Adaptation Plans for cities with more than 100,000 inhabitants in Poland” was signed.
Development of the Urban adaptation to climate change plans
In 2018 Poland will host the most important forum dedicated to global climate policy in the world: 24. session of the Conference of Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP24) along with the 14th session of the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (CMP 14).
Poland announced the official host of COP24
At the last day of COP22 climate summit, the Polish delegation accompanied by Vice-Minister of Environment, Paweł Sałek, presented the concept of non-waste coal power industry focused on the potential use of ashes i.e. combustion by-products for the production of cement or concrete.
Promotion of non-waste coal power indystry at COP22
During the COP22 climate summit held in Marrakesh, Professor Jan Szyszko, Minister of Environment, attended a number of bilateral meetings, among others with the Belarusian Minister of Environment, Andrey Kovkhuto, and Ukrainian Minister of Environment, Ostap Semerak.
Bilateral meetings of the Minister of Environment, professor Jan Szyszko, at COP22
“Forest carbon farms are the proposal of Poland in context of delivery of the Paris Agreement” – said Professor Jan Szyszko, Minister of Environment at the session of the High-Level Segment during the COP22 climate summit in Marrakesh.
Minister Szyszko: our aim is to present the forest carbon farms to the world
Emission reduction and creating new qualitative jobs are the key items of the meeting agenda between Professor Jan Szyszko, Minister of Environment, with Sharan Burrow, General Secretary of the International Trade Union Congress. The discussions were held on 16 November 2016 during the COP22 climate summit in Marrakesh.
Minister Szyszko holds the meeting with the General Secretary of the International Trade Union Congress
The Climate Summit for Local Leaders took place during the COP22 conference. The event was attended by Paweł Sałek, Vice-Minister of Environment and Government Plenipotentiary for Climate Policy.
COP22: discussion on financing the emission transformation of regions and cities
The leitmotiv of discussions between Vice-Minister of Environment, Government Plenipotentiary for Climate Policy Paweł Sałek and the Secretary of State of the Holy Sea, Cardinal Pietro Parolin were climate changes in moral and ethical context.
Meeting of Vice-Minister Sałek with the Secretary of State of the Holy Sea, Cardinal Pietro Paolin
Print date: 24.03.2017