Re-used clothing. Solar powered cooking facilities. Electric vehicles, and a massive pool of LEGO bricks for building small-scale cities. The Frederiksberg SDG Festival is buzzing with activities.
Ramboll Management Consulting is one of several partners at the Festival, putting on a full-day case competition:
Head of Communication at Ramboll Management Consulting, Martin Christiansen, explains why:
"This festival is a good example of SDG 17 on partnerships; Engaging a diverse group of people to build momentum around the Global Goals. I believe that among the major consultancies in Denmark, we are leading in terms of projects positively impacting the SDG’s. So, normally we are the ones helping clients answer to their most pressing challenges - but today it will be interesting to have the talents come up with new ideas. We’re looking very much forward to that."
Ramboll and case competitors will take center stage
Ramboll’s main activity is hard fun; a case competition for a selected group of students working intensively for the whole day to find new solutions for sustainable development in the Municipality of Frederiksberg. This to help the city to greener and more sustainable mobility. Their ideas will be evaluated by a group of expert judges, among them the city’s Mayor of the Environment, Ulrik Winge.
The case kicked-off in Ramboll Head Office yesterday, and now the real case solving last for the entire day.
To wrap of the day, the case teams will literally take centre stage at the festival when the finalist will present their solutions and findings in front of a jury and a winner will be announced based on votes from the jury and the audience.
In October and November Ramboll will again engage with SDG enthusiastic students as consulting partner for the AU Challenge case competition in Aarhus.