This year Millennium Docs Against Gravity Film Festival will again hand out the Green Warsaw Award to the best ecology-theme movie. The winner will receive 2 000 euros. A jury consisting of: Leszek Drogosz, Joanna Erbel, Paweł Średziński, will select the winning film. The Green Warsaw Award is accompanied by the “Climate for Change” section of the festival.
He is responsible for tasks related to ensuring the security of the provision of Warsaw residents with electricity, heat, gas, water and sewage collection as well as for issues related to climate protection. So far, he has devoted his whole professional career to Warsaw, managing and supervising city units from the transport sector as well as water, heat and waste management. He has been involved in the implementation of projects from some big and medium-sized EU programmes, including the Cohesion Fund, connected with responsible and sustainable development of cities. He has experience in long-term cooperation with non-governmental organisations, he represents Warsaw in the Climate and Energy Group EUROCITIES, C40 Large Cities Climate Leadership Group, he is the Deputy Chairman of the Association of Municipalities Polish Network “Energie Cites”. He is the Chair of the city Team for SEAP, responsible for the implementation of the “Sustainable Energy Action Plan for Warsaw in the perspective of 2020”, resulting from the city having joined the “Covenant of Mayors”, an initiative of the European Commission. He is one of the originators and the Deputy Chairman of the Climate Protection Team of the Office of the Capital City of Warsaw.
Sociologist, city activist, publicist. Member of the Coordination Board of the Congress of City Movements (Kongres Ruchów Miejskich). Member of the initiatives “Otwarty Jazdów” and “Targowa 2.0”. Member of the Participatory Budget Board assisting the President of Warsaw. She is participating in the works on updating the development strategy for Warsaw– Warsaw 2030. She is the founder of the Close Foundation (Fundacja Blisko), the aim of which is to support the development of local bonds and to promote new solutions with regard to the housing policy. Around the city, she always travels by bike.
Ecological and social activist. Since the 1990s he has been participating in conservation campaigns in Poland and abroad. Currently, he is the spokesman of WWF Poland, responsible for projects connected with the protection of the Malayan tiger and the Carpathian Forest. He is a supporter of field work. His dream is the establishment of the Turnicki National Park.