The #NoBeautyInPlastic exhibition, which opens in Warsaw’s Hala Koszyki on November 8, shows off spectacular images from Warsaw-based photographer and blogger Daniel Petryczkiewicz.
The companies were listed by think-tank Klub Jagiellonska as firms in the forefront of the battles against anything from water pollution to fossil fuels.
The pensioners from Nowe Warpno who want to rid their town of plastic bags have so far stitched together over 500 fabric bags and now say they want everyone in the area to have one so that they can “become the first municipal area in Poland that works on behalf of the ecology.”
The shelter has green ivy walls, a heated bench, economical lighting, hybrid power supply, and chargers for mobile devices.
Insect houses in Warsaw get makeover as a result of a Greenpeace initiative.
Originally from Toruń Natalia Zawada wants to change one of the world’s most polluting industries.
The treatment method is a novel form of hydrogen purification that will leave both tap water and rivers cleaner and healthier.
Without the walls and rooves of traditional buildings the hotel from Gdańsk architects has been designed to resemble trees, which allows it to blend into the forest bringing guests closer to the natural world.
The 6,000 volunteers covered 300 km and 139 peaks to clean up the mess left by the 4 million tourists who visit the mountain range every year.
In addition to looking good and keeping the local ducks happy, the floating garden provides environmental benefits such as increasing biodiversity in the city, while helping clean the water and air.