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Articles | Urbanisation

A united approach

US cities are increasingly inspired by an integrated way of looking at urban planning.

Expert columns | Climate changes

District energy can accelerate the transition to a low carbon society

How can you accelerate implementation of the Paris Climate Accord?  That is the common theme of the side events at Cop22 Climate Conference in Morocco right now.

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 | 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 | 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 | Climate changes

Primer: Enabling Green Energy Transition

85% of the world's energy consumption comes from fossil-fuelled power plants. However, this balance is challenged by an ever increasing need for more and greener energy. This is a task that calls for an improvement of the energy efficiency and a change in the choices of fuel.

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 | Climate changes

Zooming in on New York's climate challenges

New York is inspired by the scale of Copenhagen’s blue-green infrastructure. The city’s department of environmental protection has selected Ramboll to analyse whether similar solutions can also pay off in the biggest city in the US.

Articles | Resource scarcity

How to recycle infrastructure

When cities have a housing shortage and transport capacity issues, they need to think differently. Ramboll is helping Europe’s most congested city do just that.

Articles | Climate changes

Combining grey and green infrastructure

Trench excavation is the traditional method used to enlarge sewer systems, but tunnelling makes the operation smoother for the public. In the same area of Copenhagen 10 municipalities are collaborating on a major recreational climate adaptation initiative. The two projects combined lower the risk of flooding dramatically.

Articles | Urbanisation

The skyscraper of the future is made of wood

Timber structures result in shorter construction programmes, lighter buildings, and smaller foundations. On top of this, they reduce carbon emissions significantly.

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