A climate action plan for California's Port of San Diego will reduce greenhouse gas emissions across half a dozen targeted areas.
Though industrial processes continue to impact soil and water quality across the globe, natural processes in (sub)soil and water have proven to play a key role in cost-effective and sustainable alternatives to traditional intrusive remediation technologies.
Providing experts with a platform for discussion on sustainable nature-based remediation opportunities, the Network for Industrially Co-ordinated Sustainable Land Management in Europe (NICOLE) will host a meeting and workshop in Frankfurt, Germany on June 20-22, 2018.
From 18 to 20 June Ramboll professionals will be joined by sustainability experts at the Danish Embassy in central London, to deliver a series of seminars exploring and explaining how we can go about designing liveable cities for future generations.
Maintaining a healthy business and planet is no longer mutually exclusive. Ramboll uses biodiversity assessment methods, BREEAM, ecosystem services approaches and natural capital accounting to help clients measure and value their impacts on the environment, whilst reducing material costs, boosting employee satisfaction, securing supply chains and ultimately increasing profits.More about our biodiversity and corporate sustainability services
Ramboll’s approach to comparative assessment is currently being used in a number of high-profile oil and gas projects and has even won an award for environmental innovation.More about NEBA
Find out how we're using technology to engineer change in the industry in the latest Ramboll newsletter. There's also news on our three major river crossings, how we adapt and extend the life of infrastructure, latest wins, polar diaries and much more..
The need for detailed planning is becoming increasingly important and complex. As cities and their infrastructures continually evolve, careful attention needs to be paid to allow for change while maintaining functionality.