New year, new EU rules. The EU Taxonomy aims to channel almost €300 billion private sector funding into sustainable impacts and the green transition.
The new area, Høje Taastrup C, has recently undergone a huge transformation that will make the area even more attractive as well as increase climate resilience. The big draw is a rainwater drainage system disguised as the world’s longest skatepark featuring beautiful recreative spaces.
The European Commission has launched the so-called New European Bauhaus Initiative. The initiative is a collective effort to imagine and build a future that is sustainable, inclusive and beautiful. Ramboll has been chosen for supporting the incubation of the initiative.
25 & 27 January 2022
How do we make the business case for a more circular built environment? What are the drivers, the policy, investment, and market levers that can help get us there? How can these efforts further support global goals for net zero, address ecological degradation and create new economic opportunities and decent jobs? WBCSD and Ramboll have answered these questions in The business case for circular buildings: Exploring the economic, environmental and social value report.
Join us for this webinar to find out more!
Tuesday, January 25 | 12:00–1:30 pm EST
USEPA's PFAS Strategic Roadmap contains several planned regulatory and other actions in 2022 and beyond. Independent of the Roadmap, various states are proceeding with regulatory initiatives, and PFAS litigation addressing multiple issues continues to make its way through a number of courts. Additionally, countries around the world are taking different actions to address PFAS. As the ways to contend with PFAS continue to evolve, it is more important than ever to consider the future landscape of PFAS risk management.
In a virtual, moderated panel, lawyers from Barnes & Thornburg and PFAS experts from Ramboll will address your most significant questions and concerns, which we'll collect in advance at registration from attendees, regarding PFAS risk management. We’ll also include US and global PFAS regulatory updates as well as our vision for what’s next beyond 2022.