Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Polish business to spend more on digital transformation

Polish companies plan to significantly increase expenditure on new technologies. More than half of large and medium-sized enterprises in the financial, commercial, logistics and...

The Future of Biogas and Biomethane in Poland’s Energy Transition

Welcome to another episode of Poland Weekly! Today, we're exploring a pivotal topic for our future: the energy transition. This challenge is essential for...

Migration in Poland: Economic Impact vs. Public Perception

The actual scale of migration and its impact on the economy can often be quite different from how citizens perceive these phenomena. In 2024, approximately...

Jazz in the Old Town

The Old Town square in Warsaw once again became the concert heart of the capital. The jubilee 30th edition of the Jazz in the...

Surrealism outdoor

This year’s edition of the outdoor cinema at the National Museum in Warsaw is a journey through the film surrealism featuring works of various...

Food matters

Poland Weekly talked to Małgorzata Bojańczyk, Director at the Association of Sustainable Agriculture and Food in Poland, EU Common Agricultural Policy Expert. “In comparison to other EU markets we are still at the beginning of the road when it comes to sustainable food production. The association conducted a study of more than 200 companies from the agri-food sector and identified a group of “leaders” – defined as companies where sustainable development is an integral part of their organization and investment priorities. The study from 2022 showed that 25% of the companies are leaders in sustainable development, half of the companies are just at the beginning of their journey, but have already started implementing some solutions, such as sustainable investment strategies, and 25% are “latecomers.” But we are working to spread awareness and prepare companies for the green transition. As a country we have the opportunity to become a leader in sustainable agriculture in Europe,” – said Małgorzata Bojańczyk.

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