Andrzej Jagusiewicz is an expert, recognized in Poland and worldwide, in the field of environmental protection. He is the Director of the Eco-safety in the International Centre for Chemical Safety and Security.
He graduated from the Department of Sanitary and Water Engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology, and also postgraduate studies of Foreign Trade at the Main School of Planning and Statistics and the Summer School of Renewable Energy Sources in Paris. In 1976 he received the doctoral degree at the Wroclaw University of Technology work in the field of forecasting the state of atmosphere pollution.
Andrzej Jagusiewicz is co-founder of the Institute of Environmental Protection. For many years he worked as a government official. He was, among others, Director of Diplomatic Protocol at the Chancellery of the Sejm and Director at the State Labour Inspectorate. In the years 2008 - 2015 he served as Chief Inspector of Environmental Protection. He has held the position of Vice-Chairman of the European Environment Agency and the Office of the President of the Basel Convention.
In addition, he conducts scientific activities. He is a member of editorial boards of magazines "Pollution Atmosphérique" and "Aura". He is the author and co-author of many publications on environmental protection, including "Clearing the Air. 25 Years of the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution", published by the United Nations.