Our team consists of people with different background and skills. The structure of our team allows us to approach various topics with a broad perspective. We aim for sustainable future and use tools such as science and education to achieve it.
We conduct workshops for people interested in broadening their knowledge about the Ocean and environmental awareness. The number of our lectures on the changes taking place in the Ocean and the interaction between the Ocean and humans is constantly growing. We organize or take part in ecological and scientific picnics throughout the country and abroad. We take part in interviews, discussion panels, prepare blog notes and articles. We are co-organizers of art competitions, summer schools, as well as conferences for young researchers from students to young doctors and conferences for school youth.
Tymon is a leader of the Climate and Ocean Research and Education Unit at IOPAN. Tymon has been involved in studies of climate, role of the oceans in global changes, and is also involved in outreach and education activities.
Tomasz Kijewski is a biologist and educator. He has always been fascinated by biology, and at some point he realized that sharing knowledge, educating people is his path. Tomasz tries to share his admiration for the complexity and threats to marine ecosystems in scientific festivals, lectures and workshops in schools and for the general public.
Paulina focused their scientific interests on the aerosol properties in the European Arctic, as well as on their role in the ocean-atmosphere system, the shaping and modification of climate processes or the impact of climate change on the natural environment. Actively participates in educational activities that disseminate knowledge about climate change.
ocean physic scientist
A marine biologist by passion and background. One of the team members working at the Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences in the Laboratory of Climate Research and Education. Main interest includes mapping ecosystem services and cultural values as part of issues related to marine spatial planning.
Our parters in educational activities are the Sopot Scientific Society, Today We Have and Storware.