By bringing nature back to an intense urban environment, the Lakeside Garden in Singapore offers a unique recreational experience and is a perfect example of sustainable visions brought to life.
A new research project carried out by Ramboll, GEUS, DTU and SINTEF studies the feasibility of using CO2 capture at Danish biomass-fired combined heat and power plants.
The Ramboll Foundation has donated funds for the establishment of a new energy infrastructure institute at Copenhagen Business School. Ramboll is on the advisory board.
It pays off to invest in people. That is the conclusion after a new tool has been put to use, making it possible to calculate how much it pays off to prevent social exclusion. The tool has been developed by KS, the Norwegian Association of Local and Regional Authorities, with Ramboll delivering the economic calculations.
Ramboll shares current insight in water stewardship and industrial water management at the exclusive Singapore International Water Week Spotlight 2019 6-7 June.
Ramboll has joined the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) - an organisation that works towards developing new wind markets globally. Through the network, we can help apply experiences from mature wind markets to new emerging offshore markets, and thereby contribute to further the development of sustainable energy sources globally.
Today marks the end of a successful first construction phase of the new wharf at Rothera, the largest British Antarctic Survey (BAS) research centre as the Antarctic winter sets in.
This year, the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Europe conference will take place on 26-30 May 2019 in Helsinki, Finland. Experts from Ramboll’s Environment & Health division will deliver talks in keeping with the theme One Environment. One Health. Sustainable Societies.
The world’s leading business event on sustainability in fashion, Copenhagen Fashion Summit is a nexus for agenda-setting discussions on the most critical environmental, social and ethical issues facing the industry and the planet. On May 15-16, leaders from both small and large fashion brands will gather to discuss how to accelerate or initiate their sustainability journey. Ramboll is busy supporting both the Summit and the industry with research and solutions.
In recent years the focus on how businesses impact the climate has been on the rise. This is very much the case within the transport and maritime industries. A new report from Ramboll Management Consulting shows that even though a strong world economy is adding to the need of more goods being distributed it is possible for the two sectors to go from black to green industries.
A number of Ramboll Environment & Health experts will present and exhibit at AquaConSoil 2019 in Antwerp, Belgium on 20th – 24th May.
Gitte Gylling Olesen, 35 years old, from Ramboll has been recognised as Europe’s most talented young advisor by EFCA (European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations). She has been awarded the prize for her role as a project manager on the construction of Middelfart City Hall, which was recently certified with the highest DGNB Platin & Diamond certification for sustainability in Denmark.