New software could provide city leaders and policy-makers with the tools to finance more climate actions. The first step is a report from Ramboll and C40.
Last year, more high-rise buildings were completed than ever before. But what part does Scandinavia play in this resurgence?
Though industrial processes continue to impact soil and water quality across the globe, natural processes in (sub)soil and water have proven to play a key role in cost-effective and sustainable alternatives to traditional intrusive remediation technologies.
Providing experts with a platform for discussion on sustainable nature-based remediation opportunities, the Network for Industrially Co-ordinated Sustainable Land Management in Europe (NICOLE) will host a meeting and workshop in Frankfurt, Germany on June 20-22, 2018.
As a corporate sponsor of the World Cities Summit 2018 Ramboll invites clients, partners and delegates to a range of exciting activities during this conference as well as Singapore International Water Week and CleanEnviro 8-12 July.
Using a mobile phone for 3D scanning can help refurbish wastewater treatment plants cheaply and efficiently – and this type of digitalisation can also be expanded into other areas.
A truly smart society is about people. The smart use of technology is not a goal in itself but a means to achieve improved liveability and sustainability.
Ramboll has received no less than four honours at the ACE’s Constructing Excellence Awards and the Ground Engineering awards in the UK.
Together with partners Ramboll is inviting young climate resiliency professionals to join the Copenhagen Urban Lab 2018; a 10 days event allowing participants to develop cross-disciplinary and creative solutions for storm-surge protection in Copenhagen.
The City of Miami Beach has formulated an ambitious strategy to address and reduce flood-risks in the future. The strategy was recently assessed by a team of experts from Urban Land Institute including Christian Nyerup Nielsen, Director and climate adaptation expert in Ramboll.
Today, 1,000 talents from all over the world gather in Singapore to craft ideas in favour of UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. On the team is Samy Porteron from Ramboll Management Consulting.
Cattle are potentially affecting the waterways of the North American grasslands, a new study suggests, and their behaviour may be causing a deviation in sediment concentration.
What a week! On Wednesday we celebrated the NCE100 awards recognising the UK’s top civil engineering firms, and on Thursday we continued the celebrations at the European Women in Construction and Engineering (WICE) awards, highlighting the achievements of women working in construction and engineering.