A climate action plan for California's Port of San Diego will reduce greenhouse gas emissions across half a dozen targeted areas.
Ramboll is hosting a second webinar in collaboration with the Food and Drink Federation (FDF), which will summarise the revised best available techniques (BAT) for permitted food and drink manufacturing facilities and discuss how these changes will be reflected in the regulation of the Food, Drink and Milk sector.
Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) is a developing technological field with potential for industrial innovation in the circular economy of carbon. In close collaboration with several partners, Ramboll Management Consulting analysed CCU technologies with a focus on the utilisation of CO2 to replace fossil carbon in industrial production processes.
Effective 1 April, Jesper Dalsgaard steps into the role of Managing Director of Ramboll’s €366 million Environment & Health business, which accounts for 30% of Ramboll’s business portfolio. Dalsgaard assumes leadership from Tom Vetrano, who has led the business through impressive growth for 15 years – the last four following Ramboll’s 2015 acquisition of ENVIRON.
Ramboll's Sustainable Buildings Market Study reveals insights from architects, developers, contractors and investors across the UK and Scandinavia on the latest drivers and trends related to sustainable development. Read the report which contains practical recommendations to navigate the challenging decisions and dilemmas relating to sustainable construction and certifications.Read the report here
When a hurricane caused flooding at a coastal industrial facility in Georgia, USA, it damaged buildings and took out the power. A forced evacuation shut down the plant for several days, resulting in significant losses.more about climate risk in due diligence
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.