Polish Smog Alert is a grassroots initiative of citizens worried about the poor quality of air in Poland. Established in January 2015, PSA now comprises over 20 local branches operating throughout Poland. These Local Smog Alerts cooperate with around 200 volunteers engaged in anti-smog actions. Smog Alert activists work together with local officials, doctors, the academic community and the church. We seek wide and inclusive dialogue aimed at solving the problem of poor air quality in Poland.

Our practical experience, thorough knowledge of legal and medical issues, as well as independent air quality measurements that we carry out have made us a partner in discussions on shaping the Polish anti-smog law both at local and national level. Efforts taken by PSA have led to the introduction of new and unprecedented regulations in Poland, such as anti-smog resolutions in several regions or emission standards for low power, solid fuel boilers.
PSA activists, putting their time and energy to fighting the battle against smog, are our greatest asset.

Polish Smog Alert

Andrzej Guła

Leader

andrzej.gula@polishsmogalert.org

Ewa Lutomska

Project leader

ewa.lutomska@polishsmogalert.org

Anna Dworakowska

Project Leader

anna.dworakowska@polishsmogalert.org