Artur Wieczorek is a trainer, campaigner, and consultant. He graduated in development studies from Jagiellonian University in Poland and the National University of Singapore. He has worked for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), National Center for Climate Change, several environmental NGOs and University Muhammadiyah in Malang, Indonesia.
Artur currently runs his own consultancy, working for clients ranging from public schools and local institutions to international companies. Artur is a member of UNEP-Grid Climate Leadership experts pool, as well as Green European Foundation’s pool of trainers and Center for Development of Educational Competencies’s pool of trainers.
In the past four years, as a member of these pools, Artur has conducted over 200 trainings and trained over 3,000 school teachers across Poland on topics ranging from sustainability to using new technologies for education.
Updated November 2022
More from Artur Wieczorek
High School Teachers as Fake News Busters
As his Action Project, Landecker Democracy Fellow Artur is gathering best practices in education for critical thinking, media literacy and recognizing fake news.
Announcing the Democracy Fellows
The Democracy Fellows aim to increase the voter registration and turnout in the European elections among mobile EU citizens, naturalized migrants and refugees and young people of diverse backgrounds.
Let's count our trail, or how to travel
Senior Fellow Artur Wieczorek publishes an article in Post Turysta about how to travel more sustainably.
A David Against the Coal Goliaths
In an interview with the German newspaper Die Zeit, Senior Fellow Artur Wieczorek talks about his work as a climate activist in Poland.