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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.
The material risk of green hydrogen
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.
Mitigating microplastics in products: how to reduce risk and meet regulations
Microplastics are found everywhere, posing a threat to human health and natural ecosystems. This World Environment Day we explore how producers, suppliers, and retailers can help reduce risks and navigate upcoming regulations.
Is recycled timber the answer to our carbon woes?
Timber is becoming a popular sustainable alternative to building materials such as concrete and steel. Yet an ever more sustainable solution is to build with waste timber. Colin Rose, inventor of upcycled climate-friendly timber, explains in this video.
What makes a city liveable?
More than half the world’s population dwells in urban areas today, rising to 6 billion people by 2041. Our liveability experts explain why nature, culture, and human welfare are all needed to make cities liveable.
The new rush for clean energy minerals
The cost of materials used in renewable technologies has shot up, prompting manufacturers to hike prices. But the biggest dilemma in the years to come is not price, but where these metals and minerals are sourced – and if we can get enough of them, says Hannes Reuter, MD for Energy at Ramboll
In the media: "Danish hydrogen ambitions need political courage to materialise"
Denmark is uniquely positioned to become Europe’s green power plant. Whether the government goes all-in on that opportunity will soon be clear in their plans for green hydrogen, writes Ramboll CEO Jens-Peter Saul in leading Danish daily Berlingske.
May 21, 2023
Climate solutions now come in 3D
A digital revolution is sweeping the buildings industry. What will it mean for the climate?
Apr 16, 2023
Is Europe off track? Passenger rail study reveals an unstable situation
European Union (EU) legislation calls for more competition in the rail market, but some countries have not been as successful in attracting new operators. Our study for Finland’s transport ministry reveals three ways to make specific markets more appealing for bidders.
Apr 13, 2023