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Articles | Globalisation

Making welcoming centres more welcoming

The growing numbers of immigrants in Europe are putting migration authorities under pressure. Ramboll restructured 10 German aliens authorities – to the benefit of the clients, the employees and the authorities. The combined approach was the key to success, say the German authorities.

Articles | Innovation and technology

Common signalling makes rail travel smoother

The European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) is the most efficient tool to make the European railway network interoperable. Denmark is the first country in Europe to upgrade its entire signalling system, and Ramboll is heading the complicated work.

Blogs | Climate changes

Cop21 – Final thoughts and the road ahead

So now we know the outcome from COP 21. Twenty-three years on from the Earth Summit where it might be said to have all started, and 21 conferences later, the world nations have agreed a text of enormous implications; a turning point in the battle to save our planet.

Blogs | Climate changes

Time to mix it up: the global energy crisis

We only need to look at our daily lives to realise how reliant we have become on energy. Developed countries very rarely suffer from intermittent supply of electricity but on the rare occasions we do experience a power cut, it doesn’t take long for us to appreciate how dependent we have become.

Blogs | Climate changes

Taking the long perspective

We’re all familiar with the “fight or flight” response that we humans exhibit when faced with a threat. It’s been key to the survival of our species but could arguably be getting in the way of making effective decisions about the long term future of our planet.

Blogs | Climate changes

Transport and climate change – All about the transport providers or is it up to us to make a difference?

Transport is a key contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, with the sector contributing approximately a quarter of UK emissions. Like many people I try to do what I can to reduce my own emissions and use a car less often than I might. However, this isn’t always easy.

Blogs | Climate changes

Climate Justice – Resilience for All

Sadly, those least responsible for climate change often suffer the consequences of it and equally, measures to be resilient to the impacts of climate change normally only occur after a disaster, if it all, as is the case for many poor or developing nations.

Articles | Growth and leadership

Management team research: Internal competition hurts the organisation

A competitive climate within management groups can lead to burn-out, uncertainty and low performance, research reveals. Spend less time on end results and engage more in employee relations and constructive leadership to elevate motivation and productivity, expert advises.

Articles | Globalisation

Air and sea - global connectivity that truly matters

Seaports and airports are big business. Physically, these structures enable the arrival and departure of people and goods, but they encompass so much more. A seaport gives industry access to foreign markets and facilitates the movement of products and goods. Airports make people mobile. Taking air and sea mobility to the next level requires a joint global effort.

Articles | Growth and leadership

Mobility and connectivity - keywords of the 21st century

Governments and urban planners need to think mobility ahead of traffic when designing the infrastructure of tomorrow. Smart mobility solutions can be a steppingstone for growth – mobility is the end, infrastructure the means.

Articles | Urbanisation

Cloudburst mitigation will prevent cities from drowning

After three massive cloudbursts in recent years, Copenhagen is preparing for climate change and the impact of future extreme weather. Over the next 30 years, Copenhagen will implement an ambitious cloudburst masterplan and a number of concretisation plans to protect the entire city against the damages of heavy rain.

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