Krakow Smog Alert (KSA) is a grassroot movement that was set up at the end of 2012 and has been formally working as an NGO since the end of 2013. KSA is an influential civil society organization admonishing for clean air in Małopolska Region. KSA is recognised as the most active NGO in Poland advocating for air quality improvement. KSA's goal is to stimualte the development of low-carbon region through measures aimed at air quality improvement. Since 2012 it has taken a crucial role in public awareness raising campaigns on air quality. KSA gathered support of tens of thousands of inhabitants in Kraków and in doing so has managed to significantly raise the awareness of Krakowians on the air quality problem. The organization enjoys strong public support. Among KSA's supporters there are representatives of medical and scientific circles, celebrities and numerous civil society groups. KSA possesses expert knowledge in air quality and public health. It cooperates with various opinion forming groups, such as medical experts, scientists, journalists. KSA is recognised by politicians, decision-makers, and officials as a leading organisation dealing with low-stack emission abatement. KSA has commonly drawn the attention of decision makers to air pollution problems. KSA possesses experience in preparation and implementation of information and education campaigns. Since autumn 2012 it has organised several public campaigns (on health impacts of air pollution, campaign encouraging to coal stove replacement, workshops for local NGOs encouraging them to action and equipping them with knowledge concerning air pollution). KSA has an experience in conducting and implementing projects financed by sponsors including: European Climate Foundation, Regional Fund for Environmental Protection and Water Management, EEA funds, EU.
Association SEDA is a young organization established in 2019. A team of young scientists and people involved in adult education as well as those educated in the social sciences have created the association, enabling the implementation of educational projects related to adult education. The mission of the Association is educational, training and assistance activities. SEDA's statutory objectives are implemented by organizing training sessions, workshops, conferences, programs and assistance actions, as well as by developing training materials. The association aims to improve the competences and skills of adults acting in accordance with the idea of lifelong learning.
The employees and trainers working in the Association are highly qualified staff in terms of both education and professional skills. In addition, the Association cooperates with numerous adult organizations ( e.g. third age universities, prison associations) as well as public and private institutions from various branches (eg universities, research institutes, prison inspectorate , foundation for disabled people, etc.). Association aims to participate in new international multilateral projects fulfilling assumption of Life Long Learning approach.
Since 2001, the Granada Energy Agency has been working to achieve European, national and Andalusian objectives in the field of sustainable energy. From 2020 the Agency was taken over by the Provincial Council of Granada to become the Provincial Energy Office of Granada due to the importance that the implementation of energy policies in the province has gained. In addition, in 2009 the Provincial Council of Granada, and thus, the Energy Office, joined the European initiative of the Covenant of Mayors as a "Supporting Structure" with a common vision for 2050:
to accelerate the decarbonisation of its territories, strengthen its capacity to adapt to the inevitable impacts of climate change and ensure that its citizens enjoy access to safe, sustainable and affordable energy.
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague was established in 1906. The large and constantly developing campus offers excellent opportunities for education and research. The institution has almost 25.000 enrolled students who, together with about 1,500 staff (academic, researchers, technicians and administrative workers) form an academic forum. CZU has an active international cooperation with institutions all around the world.
PAZANGOS PROJEKTAI (further PZP) is NGO acting as informal education organization in Lithuania from 2012. PZP has 6 permanent staff and more than 10 short term experts for particular projects. Scope of work of PZP is informal youth and adults’ education for improvement of general competencies i.e. creation of safe living and working environment, fostering institutional cooperation and dialog between NGO and local government, development of networks of craftsman in rural areas, strengthening of social responsibility of SME and farmers, increasing diversity of social and economic activities in rural areas, razing self-responsibility of inhabitants for healthy living standards etc.
PZP has scientific research experience for effective inclusion of children within mental dysfunction into education system. PZP is experienced in implementation of projects financed by Lithuania, EEA and Norway Grants. For project implementation PZP uses “PRINCE2” (GB) and PMP (USA) standards.
Trebag Intellectual Property and Project Manager Ltd. is a Hungarian private company established in 1989. Trebag has had wide experience in European projects and transnational cooperation for 15 years with special focus on training (eg. in agriculture and entrepreneurial skills), environmental education and awareness raising, R&D and innovation. The company has participated in around 50 projects so far in Erasmus+ KA2, LLL, Leonardo da Vinci and
Grundtvig programs and projects in the 4th-5th Framework Programmes, and in H2020. Trebag Ltd. has significant experience and expertise in the following fields: development of vocational training materials and methodologies including e-learning and gamification, trainings, implementation of technology transfer and innovation chain management.