The shelter has green ivy walls, a heated bench, economical lighting, hybrid power supply, and chargers for mobile devices.
The telehealth kiosk which has been installed at Warsaw’s Metro Młociny underground station lets commuters carry out basic health check ups, without the hassle of having to make an appointment with a doctor.
What happens to all those plants from offices buildings? Warsaw-based Florabo’s new ‘Green Veteran’ initiative aims to stop them going to the ‘great plant pot in the sky’ by finding them new homes.
TFN talks with Marek Snowarski, the creator of a leading website on picking mushrooms, and finds out just what draws him to the forests.
TFN takes a wander round the streets of Osiedle Przyjaźń: a little-known and fascinating corner of Warsaw, built to house Soviet builders working on the Palace of Culture.
The Red Bike Kitchen has been pulling in the crowds and giving people down on their luck the chance to learn new skills.
TFN’s Nick Westerby takes a look at recent innovations in healthcare which are making staying healthy a whole lot E-asier.
Setting off today from Nordkapp, the northernmost cape of Europe, to reach the southernmost tip of Africa, Cape Agulhas, adventurer Krzysztof Puternicki says he “will go through glaciers, wade through the mud of Europe in winter, then the dust of Africa will stick to every part of my body” during his epic Polish Traces project.
“Vegetarianism has gone from being a niche market to a trend that will have a significant influence on the food and catering sectors,” say Arkadiusz Krupicz, co-founder and managing director of Pyszne.pl on food supplier.
The only Pole to appear in the competition, Wojciech Amaro who owns the Atelier Amaro restaurant in Warsaw, was ranked 90th in the 100 best chefs awards, ahead of competitors from Italy, the US and Mexico.