The Krakow Climate Panel (Poland) was dedicated to climate change and achieving climate neutrality in the city. Its aim was to answer the question: How can the City of Krakow and its inhabitants reduce energy consumption and increase the use of renewable energy? The panel - a form of deliberative democracy - was a way of having a randomly selected group of citizens (reflecting the general population) be in charge of making important decisions about a given issue, taking into account the common good. The panel was active in 2021 and included 60 panelists. Several months of work by the panel resulted in over 100 recommendations, 35 of which were developed and put to a vote. As many as 32 recommendations received the approval of at least 80% of voters, which means that they are binding for the Mayor of Krakow. As such, the City undertook their implementation. One key recommendation was to prepare a Climate Strategy for Krakow by the end of 2022. It is to present a plan for reaching climate neutrality, assuming at least a 30% reduction in GHG emissions by 2030 compared to 2018, at least an 80% reduction by 2040, and reaching climate neutrality no later than 2050.