Air quality is impacting everyday life in a way that it never has before, particularly for urban dwellers. The UN estimates that the vast majority of the world – 6.76 billion people – lives with excessive air pollution, and that 1 in 9 lives are lost to related factors. Ramboll has a long history of delivering innovative, sustainable solutions to improve air quality.
Ramboll has been awarded a framework contract by the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) to provide the scientific basis for ECHA’s decision-making. For the next two years, Ramboll will be the first contact point for ECHA when they seek advice on various topics related to chemicals.
Infrastructure projects are essential, for example, to bring safe drinking water to populations that until now have been without, to bring cleaner and more reliable forms of energy to regions unable to produce their own, and to open up international gateways that bring a new socio-economic dynamic to evolving countries. But their risks and impacts must be managed, which is where health & safety management systems come in.
The demand for web-enabled services has increased dramatically during the pandemic, and the ability to meet that demand is dependent on the capacity of data centers. Ramboll continues to support clients around the world to acquire, design, commission and repurpose sites for sustainable and reliable, quick-to-market data centers and other mission critical facilities to help the world continue to meet that need. Click to read more.Learn more about our services to data centers and mission critical facilities
Ramboll is engaged in assisting companies with planning for and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our experts around the world are actively creating and updating business continuity plans and infection prevention and control policies and procedures to protect employees and customers.Learn more about our COVID-19 services
Infectious diseases and climate change each exact a heavy toll on human health, but together the impacts are more severe. All around the world extreme storms caused by climate change are ravaging communities, but when we add in the effects of a warming planet, what’s left behind after the storm has passed could be even worse. Climate models can help us evaluate storms, assess risks and help communities explore the appropriate prevention and response measures.
The airport sector is reimagining the functionality of airports to tackle the paradoxical challenge of addressing the climate crisis and continuous passenger growth. As the first carbon neutral airport in the US, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is an excellent example of an innovator in the industry.