Climate change brings more drought and water scarcity to some parts of the world, increased risks of cloudbursts and storm-surge to others, and rising sea levels to all. However, more streamlined and integrated water management can also reduce co2 emissions and mitigate the consequences of climate adaptation. Click to watch seven video examples of the water & climate change linkage.
Ramboll’s global water team is ramping up within the field of sustainability documentation and life cycle assessment: Meet Sarah Brudler, PhD in Environmental Sustainability Analysis, who has developed a tool for calculating environmental impacts of adapting cities to climate change and managing stormwater.
Ramboll Water has been commissioned to develop a masterplan, to ensure the sustainable development between a brand-new eco-city and its surrounding area in Senegal, close to Dakar. A wide range of assessments is being conducted in order to develop environmental, infrastructural and socioeconomic strategies.
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