People and the planet are only as healthy as the ecosystems we all depend on. Protecting and restoring ecosystems increases biodiversity and provides essential solutions to the climate challenge that can benefit us all.
Denmark needs renewable energy generated from two energy islands linked to offshore wind farms to achieve its ambitious climate goals by 2030. Ramboll will assess impact of the planned Baltic Sea energy island on the surrounding marine environment.
Sweden’s largest land-based farm for freshwater salmon will be established in Säffle. Large parts of Swedish salmon consumption will be produced sustainably in the facility, which is a project led by Ramboll for Premium Svensk Lax.
As part of the Danish climate agreement of June 2020, it was decided to build two energy islands, in the Baltic and North Seas respectively, linked to offshore wind farms that together can provide 5 GW and cover the electric consumption for approx. 5 million households in Denmark and nearby countries. The global engineering, architecture and consultancy company Ramboll has been awarded one of the first pilot climate and seabed studies for the coming energy islands.
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
Environmental, Social and Governance: Ramboll has global, decades-long experience assisting clients with ESG-related issues. We provide strategic and practical solutions for business sustainability and risk management that combine opportunity with long-term resilience and adaptability.Learn more about our ESG services
The ink is dry on the trade agreement between the UK and the EU and the UK has left the European Union. UK and EU businesses alike are grappling with disruptions caused by new customs rules and sales levies. But what does the new landscape mean for product and chemical regulatory compliance?