World Environment Day 2020: Time For Nature

5 June 2020

To commemorate World Environment Day, Ramboll is sharing a selection of projects from around the globe where our clients have been seeking improvements in biodiversity.

Marine nature

Marine nature

Contact

Samantha Deacon

Senior Managing Consultant
T: +44 1225 748 420

Every day Ramboll’s ecologists, ecotoxicologists, economists and natural resource specialists work with dedicated clients worldwide to promote nature-based solutions in support of environmentally responsible and sustainable business practices. 

Sustainability objectives differ for each client depending on materiality, stakeholder objectives and business imperatives. We listen to clients’ needs and work with them to tell their story. 

Below you can explore a selection of some of our finest nature projects and expert articles.  
 

Related projects

Bombus nevadensis male bumble bee

Restoring abandoned mine land in Colorado

Rehabilitating abandoned mine land and other key sites with site-specific native species, in collaboration with the US Forest Service and Colorado prison inmate employment programs

Lower Fish Creek

Emergency watershed protection program, Colorado

Rehabilitating abandoned mine land and other key sites with site-specific native species, in collaboration with the US Forest Service and Colorado prison inmate employment programs

Taiba N'Diaye Wind Farm, Senegal

Protecting critical habitat at the Taiba N’Diaye wind farm in Senegal

Ensuring biodiversity is protected while a pioneering wind farm project demonstrates the potential for renewable energy development in Western Africa 

Naturalised water treatment lagoon

Restoring and enhancing habitats following surface mining in Scotland

Providing pragmatic and focused specialist environmental advice to Kier at their Greenburn Surface Mine site

Former industrial site in Syracuse, two years post-planting

Post-industrial site biodiversity restoration in New York state

Reintroducing native and rare species into former industrial waste sites in Syracuse, USA 

Mussel biofouling in a ship’s sea chest

Improved biosecurity management for biodiversity conservation

Aquatic invasive species (AIS) can displace native species and result in habitat alteration. Improved management of fouling on ships can help reduce the spread of AIS and protect native biodiversity

University campus

Biodiversity action plans for 20 Finnish university campuses

Supporting biodiversity and creating opportunities to protect natural assets, improve environmental attractiveness and even make savings on maintenance

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