COP24: Dutch and Polish partners sign LoI for hands-on green-blue city projects

12 dec '18

Dutch and Polish cities, companies, knowledge institutions and NGOs signed an Letter of Intent to realise green-blue infrastructures in the Dutch cities of Breda and Zwolle, and the Polish city of Wroclaw.

Many participants had already signed the letter of intent but the final signing took place in the Polish pavilion at the COP24 climate conference on 8 December.

Attenders of the signing were Undersecretary of State Slawomir Mazurek of the Polish Ministry of Environment, Elena Visnar-Malinovska of the Directorate-General for Climate Action of the European Commission and chairman Menno Holterman of the Amsterdam International Water Week.

The signing was the result of many contacts between the cities of Breda, Zwolle and Wroclaw that started at the City Leaders Forum of the Amsterdam International Water Week in 2017.

Read the whole article on Dutch Water Sector

The persons on the picture (from left to right):
Mr. Cees van der Guchte,
Director Global Agendas & International Organisations, DELTARES

Mr. Menno M. Holterman,
Board Member, Netherlands Water Partnership

Mr. Tomasz Bergier,
Vice-President, Sendzimir Foundation

Mr. Wouter Vos,
Director International, KuiperCompagnons

Mrs. Katarzyna Szymczak-Pomianowska,
Director of the Sustainable Development Department, City of Wroclaw,/i>

Mr. Slawomir Mazurek,
Undersecretary of State, Ministry of the Environment of the Republic of Poland

Elena Visnar-Malinovska,
Directorate-General for Climate Action of the European Commission