BREATHING BUDAPEST

WORK TOGETHER TO FIND COMMON SOLUTIONS TO REDUCE AIR POLLUTION IN YOUR CITY

WHAT IS CODE EUROPE?

Breathing Budapest is part of the international CODE Europe (Co-Deciding Europe: Civic Tech for Good Governance and Active Citizenship!) project, which aims to empower citizens to co-create policies with decision-makers through crowdsourcing. Crowdsourcing is a participatory democracy tool that exploits the opportunities offered by online technology. 

Breathing Budapest aims to bring together citizens, NGOs, researchers and policy makers to formulate proposals for combating air pollution, a problem that is becoming more and more severe. 

The Hungarian partner of the project is the Centre for Social Sciences (CSS).

WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?

HOW CAN YOU PARTICIPATE IN THE PROCESS?

Participating in the Breathing Budapest project is open to anyone, and the online platform is accessible to all with or without a registration. No previous qualifications are necessary, personal experience and of a commitment to public affairs are sufficient.

The project will be implemented in four phases in 2022. January to March is the period of problem mapping, April to June is the time for collecting public suggestions, July to September will be the period for selecting the best proposals, and October to December will be the stage for preparing policy proposals. 

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Don't miss the opportunity to make your voice heard in the first ever transnational crowdsourcing on air quality. Together with citizens from 10 different European cities, you can participate in developing the best proposals for effective action against air pollution.



European cities participating in the crowdsourcing campaign

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HOW MANY PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN OUT SO FAR:

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