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Ramboll is a global engineering, architecture and consultancy company with more than 18,000 experts that create sustainable solutions for governments and companies all over the world.
We combine insights with the power to drive positive change to our clients, in the form of ideas that can be realised and implemented.
We call it: Bright ideas. Sustainable change.
From reducing waste and carbon emissions to saving cost and retaining value, circular economy principles offer huge opportunities in the built environment. But a circular economy must not spin out into a spiral economy, as the quest for low-carbon concrete shows.
A recent study compares commonly used building life cycle assessment methodologies in Europe. Our experts created a database of building carbon footprints to demystify LCA variations and help you break down the differences.
There can be no circular economy without clean energy and no energy transition without a circular economy. The two are intrinsically linked and depend on one another. We call this relationship the energy-circular economy nexus.
Green hydrogen is particularly vulnerable to price shocks from critical minerals, but this risk is largely overlooked by its developers. Explore mitigation strategies in a new Ramboll whitepaper.
2023 served up a summer of wildfires and floods. It is an urgent reminder to make climate change adaptation a high priority for cities and regions. Here’s why nature-based solutions can protect people, nature, and infrastructure – and deliver return on investment.
WWF-India and Ramboll partner to conserve biodiversity and support vulnerable communities in India’s Godavari River Basin
Nov 29, 2023
Ramboll wins major framework agreements with Statnett
Norway requires a massive expansion of its power grid to keep pace with rising demand for electricity. Ramboll is now awarded several framework agreements by Statnett to expand the country's electricity grid and support its green energy transition. The contract has a potential value of NOK 1.6 billion (EUR 138.9 million) over the next eight years.
Nov 1, 2023
For every dollar New York spends on blue-green infrastructure, it gets two back
New York’s flash flood emergency at the end of September makes the investment of billions to prepare the city for a future of weather extremes ever more urgent. A socio-economic analysis from Ramboll and Rebuild By Design finds the city can expect a two-to-one return on its investments under the right conditions.
Oct 13, 2023