Warm, warmer, hot! How to cool down our city and reduce the level of air pollution?, „GREEN LIGHT FOR OPOCZNO-SERCHING FOR FRESH AIR”, Semiramidy Łejerskie, „Osiedle Z Energią” that is – is it possible to satisfy the residential energy needs from just the renewable energy sources, Wągrowiec – on the way to the city with the good social climate, How to ensure an equal place for man and nature in our city?, Stop Smog – the survey on Warsaw citizens’ awareness regarding the influence of transport means on the environment., Vegetation versus concrete – How to combine a building with vegetation and change the microclimate around the school? – challenges for the school year 2021/2022
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