Today is the international UN World Water Day. We mark the day by inviting everybody to submit their bright ideas for initiatives or innovative solutions that can help the world reach the UN Sustainable Development Goal 6 of ensuring availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all by 2030.
Gothenburg will become the first city in Sweden to implement strategic action plans for cloudburst management in the urban environment. Ramboll has together with the city developed a method to handle major flooding in a sustainable way which includes implementation of new blue-green infrastructure.
A social media activity related to the UN World Water Day revealed some of the good ideas and initiatives that support safe water access on a global scale. One of them is the AguaClara water treatment concept, which Ramboll will now support in a relevant way together with Water for People and Engineers Without Borders Denmark.
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Rather than simply live with adversity, Singapore's government has turned the island’s vulnerabilities into strengths through an integrated and holistic approach to water management. Investments in research and development are earning international recognition as a model city for water management and a global hydrohub.