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.
Resource scarcity is one of the most urgent global challenges that we face. The transition to a circular economy will transform the way we produce and consume goods and services, minimising resource and energy use, environmental impact and waste generation. We are putting Ramboll’s multidisciplinary nature to work, helping clients across many sectors in this transformation.
To implement the relevant requirements of the law on the Prevention and Control of Atmospheric Pollution (Atmosphere Law), the Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) has organized the research and formulation of the List of Toxic and Hazardous Air Pollutants (2018). Read more about the Air Pollutant List in the July issue of China Update.
With the right planning, data centres can transform Denmark into a greener country. This thought piece from our experts, just published in the Danish technical journal Ingeniøren, discusses key advantages of data centres as they relate to achieving Denmark’s goal of 55% renewable energy by 2030.
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
Our Site Solutions experts are using an innovative approach to remediating chlorinated solvents at a brownfield development site in Belgium to enable redevelopment to proceed alongside groundwater remediation.Learn more about this project