Interzero for the Royal Łazienki Park in Warsaw

Although urban areas constitute less than 3% of the Earth’s surface, they are inhabited by over half of the planet’s population. Despite the dominance of concrete, crowds and street traffic, cities and towns are still considered ecosystems whose condition significantly affects the quality of our lives. If properly cared for, they help purify the air and water and provide opportunities for fun and relaxation.

From 2022 Interzero, as part of the Re:Generacja – together for ecosystems project, takes care of the ecosystem of the Royal Łazienki Park in Warsaw. Thanks to our cooperation with UNEP/GRID Warsaw, we managed to strengthen the shorelines of the Lower South and North Ponds and carry out work with historic trees. Additionally, we have placed bird feeders in the park to feed them in winter. This year, it is planned to plant trees and shrubs in the garden and to restore the plantings on the slopes around Staw Południowy Górny, along with protecting the greenery against possible damage.

On June 29, we met with UNEP/GRID Warsaw, the Royal Łazienki Museum and Re:Generacja – together for ecosystems. During this visit, we had the opportunity to discuss the needs of the Łazienki Królewskie ecosystem, especially with a view to the future, and to summarize current activities and cooperation.

We hope that we will be able to do even more together!

More about the Re:Generation program HERE

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