Revealing what makes cities liveable

In the first survey of its kind, Danes have been asked what makes a city attractive for them to live in. The results provide a stronger foundation and practical recommendations for decision-makers in Denmark and globally to improve quality of life in cities. Read more

Nordic inspiration to social, environmental and technological challenges

The ‘Nordic Ways’ research initiative, which has been conducted by US-based SAIS Johns Hopkins University, explores various business, cultural and societal aspects of what it means to be Nordic and how these “ways” might serve to inspire the US and other countries. Read more

Tracking innovation in the construction sector

To support continued innovation and insights into sustainable development in the construction sector, Ramboll conducts a survey of Nordic real estate and construction experts every two years. Read more

Blue Green Infrastructure benefits and implementation

A major study into Blue Green Infrastructure (BGI) has been conducted by Ramboll in conjunction with National University of Singapore, Zeppelin University in Germany, Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The research reveals the main benefits of BGI in the context of liveable cities and provides practical recommendations for implementation. Read more

Sustainable societal development in Arctic cities

Drawing on 30 years’ experience in the Arctic region, Ramboll conducted a study of six Arctic cities in four countries. The aim of the study was to provide insight into the dynamics of urban development and the strategic options for decision makers in the region to facilitate sustainable societal development. Read more

Research funded by the Ramboll Foundation

Within research and education, the Ramboll Foundation focuses on the technical and natural science areas as well as sociological research given Ramboll’s brand as sustainable society consultants and focus on the interface between technological progress on societies. Read more

Primary focus areas include technical, natural science and sociological research as well as the impact of technological progress on societies.