Institute for Sustainable Development (Warsaw, Poland)

Founding Year: 1990

Staff: 8

Budget:

Wojciech Szymalski (President)

An independent think-tank working “for the promotion and implementation of the principles and solutions which contribute to Poland’s sustainable development.” Its mission is to “build positive relations between socio-economic development and environmental protection by acting “in the interest of the present and future generations.”

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Note: The website is in polish.

Institute for Sustainable Development (Warsaw, Poland) contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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