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.
The Asian Development Bank and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade have started an initiative with Ramboll to develop, pilot, and implement smart city concepts in eight South-East Asian countries. The project will address urban challenges within liveability, climate change and resilience.
Winning the Competition for Xiaomeisha Coastal Zone, situated in close proximity to Shenzhen, the Jury has complimented the comprehensiveness of our design. Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl has been the lead open space planner for Xiaomeisha Coastal Zone Competition.
EasyMining, Ragn Sells, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Ramboll, and BIOFOS are working together on a state-of-the-art technology to build a sustainable future with circular economy, minimize waste, reduce CO2 emission, recover the life-essential resource phosphorus, and produce environmental-friendly concrete.
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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.