This week, Łukasz Nowicki, an ambassador of the Stop drought! project met with the students of the Polish Olympians No 3 Primary School in Ciechocinek and the Stanisław Skrypija No 214 Integrated Primary School. The meeting was held in Warsaw, where he talked about droughts and the need to save water.
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The SWH Polish Waters is organising a contest for school-aged children and teenagers, with its theme being ‘How do you save water?’ The task is simple.
STARTING FROM TODAY, YOU CAN SIGN UP TO PARTICIPATE IN CONSULTATION MEETINGS IN SZCZECIN AND KOSZALIN
Stop drought now! Beginning today, you can sign up for consultation meetings in Szczecin (8 October) and Koszalin (9 October).
The topic of the third meeting as part of the public consultations regarding the Drought Effects Counteracting Plan (DECP) draft was minimising the effects of drought in cities. This time, experts from the State Water Holding Polish Waters met with the residents, entrepreneurs and local government representatives in Wrocław. Currently, the Polish Waters holding plans and conducts hydro-technical investment projects aimed at improving water retention, i.e. water storage, in the Lower Silesia region of Poland.