Action to stop global warming at 1.5°C
The 2021 UN climate summit takes place in Glasgow, UK, from 31st October – 12th November. It’s a make-or-break opportunity for governments to agree ambitious national carbon reduction targets and put the world on course to reach net-zero emissions by 2050. The summit must also agree action to protect communities and natural habitats and mobilise meaningful funding to support climate adaptation and resilience measures in developing countries.
We believe COP26 is the last best chance to drive action at speed and scale and we want to be part of the solution. World leaders, businesses and industry, and citizens must all take ambitious steps to accelerate the green transition. Ramboll is participating at COP26 and sharing insights to support governments and businesses in taking their climate action to decarbonise, adapt and drive sustainable change.
Meet Ramboll at COP26
Together with partners, Ramboll is taking part in events at and around COP26 in Glasgow. Find out where to meet Ramboll.
Views on COP26
Insights to accelerate change
Five novel approaches from Scotland to decarbonising energy
Unlikely sources of carbon-free heat are helping Scotland demonstrate what a green energy transition could look like for buildings and urban spaces - setting an example for the world to follow.
Here’s a look at five ways Scotland’s towns and cities are re-thinking the urban environment to meet the demand for carbon-free energy and setting an example for the world to follow. Read the article
Supporting sustainable research and innovation
Collaborations driving sustainable action