According to the estimates of the Ministry of Industry and Trade from 2008, more than 11 thousand brownfields (ie empty or inefficiently utilised buildings and land awaiting revitalisation) are located in the Czech Republic. Brownfields are often part of our history, being evidence of the technical, architectonic and urbanistic development in the past. Brownfields are an opportunity for investors to start new activities; on the other hand, they often involve an increased environmental burden, the elimination of which will require significant investments. Analysts from the Czechia in Data project set out on a journey to explore Czech brownfields.
Join their expedition and read more at www.ceskovdatech.cz.