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Articles | Innovation and technology

A train to the future

Helsinki to Stockholm in less than half an hour? No, it is not a Utopian fantasy – the Hyperloop high-speed rail plans are making the prospect more and more realistic.

Articles | Innovation and technology

Building stronger with digitalisation

To create better quality and avoid cost overruns, the entire engineering and construction sector needs to digitalise.

Articles | Sustainability

How old rigs can become environmental assets

A growing number of the 600 oil and gas installations in the North Sea are to be decommissioned. The traditional approach is to remove them, but leaving some structures in place is emerging as a sustainable solution, both economically and for marine life.

Articles | Urbanisation

Walk this way

Cities around the world have been implementing cycling strategies for the past 10 or 20 years. Walking strategies are still rare – but on the go.

Articles | Sustainability

Energy storage - a key to the green transition

Giant pools of hot water can help control the supply of solar and wind energy – and thus help fulfil the ambitions of the Paris climate agreement.

Articles | Urbanisation

Reducing adverse air flow

From skyscrapers in Hong Kong to new urban spaces in downtown Køge, Denmark: Managing wind and air pollution problems.

Articles | Sustainability

District cooling makes Carlsberg City greener

A centralised cooling system is easy to install and cheaper and more efficient than individual chillers – in Copenhagen as well as in warmer climates.

Articles | Urbanisation

Air pollution plans - this time for Africa

The experts agree that it is about time Africa features more prominently in global plans to manage air pollution. To this end, Ramboll is helping the African Development Bank with transport emission mapping and monitoring as well as capacity building in five cities around Africa.

Articles | Sustainability

Wastewater is a resource too

As technology improves, experts are recovering energy, nutrients and other valuable things from wastewater. The Walt Disney World Resort has embraced this innovative development.

Articles | Resource scarcity

Eco-friendly land development on the rise

In a time of resource scarcity and urbanisation, recycling and land development must go hand in hand. A new technology using recovered materials transforms formerly uninhabitable areas into prime neighbourhoods – benefiting the environment and economies around the world.

Articles | Sustainability

Ashes to Ashes - Dust to Recycling

The small Danish company Afatek has a world record in recovering valuable metals and minerals from ashes. Ramboll helped make the process even more efficient.

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