Green Warsaw Competition juror.

Director of the Infrastructure Department at the Warsaw City Office, Drogosz is in charge of maintaining and securing the supply of power, heat, gas, water, and waste treatment in Warsaw. He also handles climate protection issues. Professionally associated with the capital of Poland for the entirety of his career, Długosz had been managing and overseeing numerous municipal institutions, including public transport, water management, waste management, and heating. Participates in several EU-funded projects on sustainable and responsible cities. Drogosz has extensive experience in long-term collaboration with NGOs and represents Warsaw at EUROCITIESC40 Large Cities Climate Leadership Group, and ICLEI. He’s deputy President of the Board of the Association of Municipalities Polish Network „Energie Cités”, heads the Warsaw SEAP Team which is implementing the Sustainable Energy Action Plan in the perspective of 2020, adopted following the accession to the Covenant of Mayors initiative of the European Commission, and manages the Low-Carbon Economy Plan for Warsaw. Drogosz is one of the initiators of the Climate Protection Group at the Warsaw City Office and serves as its Deputy Chair.