Culture for Climate is also a collectively built knowledge resource. Here you will find information on the climate crisis from credible sources, verified data, reports and the recommended eco-certification systems. We present valuable publications on the topics described in this guide, examples of good practices and advice on the sources of funding for ecological initiatives.

The information collated here may serve to deepen your and your colleagues’ ecological knowledge and awareness, be an inspiration and motivation for further activities and provide arguments for your discussions with funding bodies.

New resources will be systematically added and updated. If the information on your initiative, publication or public programme is not on our website yet, contact us and share your knowledge.

Scientific knowledge about the climate – publications, reports

Tried and tested accessible online publications and websites concerning the climate crisis. Here you will find scientific materials, research and reports which will allow you to verify the daily information you come across, deepen your knowledge or dispel myths concerning ecology. They can also be used as educational materials.

Guides and toolkits

Online publications which contain tips on how to introduce eco-changes at work and in individual daily practices.


Websites and guides with advice and examples of good practice concerning care for the environment, natural biodiversity and the urban wilderness. You will find links to guides on urban gardening, composting, beekeeping or wildflower meadows.

Ecological institutions, organisations, coalitions and initiatives

Links to the websites of eco-friendly initiatives from the cultural sector, which could inspire further work. This tab also includes information on foreign coalitions for climate. We encourage you to join in the interinstitutional exchange of experiences!

Grants, subsidies

Information on Polish and foreign grant programmes and sources of funding for ecological initiatives – both related to investment and education.


An audit is the examination of an institution's current situation in terms of its use of resources and compliance with environmental regulations. It helps indicate areas for change. There are various types of audit available on the market. More and more institutions decide to carry out audits, so we hope that new resources concerning this topic will be systematically added and updated.