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.
The Danish Energy Agreement announced in 2018 that Energinet is planning to build three large offshore wind farms in Denmark in the next 10 years. Energinet has chosen Ramboll to lead the entire strategic environmental assessment (SEA) process for the first of these, called Thor.
Ramboll has developed an interdisciplinary study for the Umweltbundesamt, the Federal German Environment Agency, which considers all environmental aspects of the recycling of old wind turbines. The result of this demanding circular economy project shows a great need for action.
Ramboll will once again be participating in the European Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) conference in Dublin next year and we are asking for abstracts for their sustainable marine environment session.
Maintaining a healthy business and planet is no longer mutually exclusive. Ramboll uses biodiversity assessment methods, BREEAM, ecosystem services approaches and natural capital accounting to help clients measure and value their impacts on the environment, whilst reducing material costs, boosting employee satisfaction, securing supply chains and ultimately increasing profits.More about our biodiversity and corporate sustainability services
The dependency on IT in all business sectors puts data centres at the heart of an organisation’s operations. Our multidisciplinary teams work across specialties and geographies to deliver a strategic, client-focused approach to the entire life cycle of mission critical facilities.Learn more about our services to data centre and mission critical facilities
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.