Nhood Poland supports the Eco-City 2021 project

29. 09. 2021

Concern for the environment is an important element of the sustainable development strategy of Nhood Poland. We want to positively influence the environment in three areas: People, Planet, and Profit.

The Nhood Poland team is once again supporting the international Eco-City project implemented by United Nations Environmental Programme / GRID Warsaw – an organization that has been fulfilling the mission of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) in Poland since 1991, acting for sustainable development.

– We undertake a number of measures to reduce our negative impact on the environment and reduce our carbon footprint. We want to share good practices and knowledge, especially in the field of shaping and designing spaces and facilities in accordance with the principles of sustainable development and together with local communities. That is why we are pleased to join the new edition of the Eco-City project – says Ada Walentek, CEO of Nhood Poland.

As part of this year’s edition of the Eco-City project, representatives of Nhood Poland will take part in the international conference “Eco-City 2021”, which will be held on October 5 and 6 at the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw. Ada Walentek, CEO of Nhood Poland will be a speaker in the debate on “Green Rebuilding”, which will take place on October 5 at 11:00. On the other hand, on the second day of the conference, the debate entitled “Better buildings, better future” will feature Agnieszka Gutowska, marketing director, leader of CSR and communication.

Furthermore, Nhood Poland as a strategic partner of the event, will fund one of the prizes in the competition for local governments. One of the winning cities will receive a training voucher worth PLN 6,000.

This year, Nhood Poland was also involved in the program of workshops for representatives of cities and communes organized as part of the “Eco-City 2021” project. On September 3, Marcin Wawiernia, Design & Concept Manager at Nhood Poland, was one of the hosts of a free webinar for city representatives entitled “Solutions based on nature”. The meeting was online and was attended by several dozen participants. The Nhood expert presented examples and opportunities related to green areas accompanying investments that meet the expectations and needs of customers. He also took up the complex topic of responsibility for space, which applies to both the developer, manager, local communities, and local governments. Based on the example of the Wilanów Park mixed-use project, he presented how the combination of green zones with a multifunctional conservatory affects individual parts of the project and what benefits it brings. 

The program of events taking place as part of the Eco-City 2021 project can be found at