Early career researchers are invited to apply for the 2022 Flemming Bligaard Award. The EUR 65,000 prize recognises ground-breaking research that helps improve mental health in urban environments, enabling sustainable change for the benefit of people, nature, and society.
A team of volunteers from Ramboll and NGO Bridges to Prosperity have built the Gikombe Trailbridge, providing safe year-round access to vital resources for nearly 4,000 people in the communities of Irebero and Rubete, in Kicukiro.
Pyrolysis company Quantafuel is planning to build a plastic sorting plant in Esbjerg, Denmark, with the capacity to process most of the country’s plastic waste. As the Owner’s Engineer, Ramboll will handle design, tendering, and construction of the plant.
Esther Bosman has been appointed as the new Managing Director for Ramboll’s global Water division, helping drive the company’s growth within water and climate adaptation.
“We cannot say we are going all in on sustainability but then continue to support upstream oil and gas production, so for us it is about ensuring we walk the talk in our new strategy,” says Hannes Reuter, Managing Director for Energy at Ramboll. Read the full interview.
Ramboll has acquired TuMotus GmbH as well as its sister company TuMotus-ICB GmbH. TuMotus specialises in safety and RAM management for trackside and vehicles, while TuMotus-ICB is an accredited independent inspection body.
Ramboll’s sustainability consulting practice keeps expanding as more and more companies need help in navigating their sustainability journey. Now, Annabelle Lefébure-Henriksen joins to help clients from the Oslo office. She recently served as CEO for Fairtrade Norway.
By 2030, Ramboll will reduce CO2 emissions from all new building projects globally by 50%, resulting in annual CO2 emissions reductions of 2.5 million tonnes.
Is there really a need for a new term – the concept of a just transition – to describe sustainability? Yes, because otherwise we risk being blind to the downsides and hidden opportunities of the green transition, say Ramboll experts.
Former Head of Key Account Management Power Utilities at Siemens Energy, Alexander Kotschi, stepped into his new position as Country Market Director for Energy in Germany at Ramboll on 1 May.
The company’s first ever sustainability e-learning initiative is available to all 16,500 employees globally, helping expand their skillsets and strengthen sustainability services to clients.
Dr. Tim Fischer has been appointed as the new Director for Ramboll’s global Wind division. As part of Ramboll Energy’s executive leadership team, Tim will be responsible for all activities in offshore and onshore wind globally and will steer the ongoing market expansion.