Spotlight on gender bias and the value-add of climate resilience

It's time to break the bias

In this newsletter, meet one of Ramboll’s bright minds standing up to gender bias. We also explore the steps Paris has taken to prepare for climate change, and ask if 2022 is the year nature-based solutions become mainstream.


Paris is the City of Love. But could climate change sour the romance?

Ramboll has partnered with Paris to identify the City’s biggest risks from climate change, offering lessons for city leaders everywhere.

Read more about the partnership

What can we do to break gender biases?

“In my experience, middle-aged men tend to ask for advice from other middle-aged men, even on issues outside of their competence area. We need to promote more people in the industry that want diversity and provide incentives for training so more people in decision-making positions are able to see their bias, understand it, and move past it.” – Tara Wood, Head of Business Development: R&D at Ramboll, Sweden.

For International Women’s Day, we asked women across Ramboll to share their reflections on gender bias. 

Read their responses


Is 2022 the year nature-based solutions finally become the norm?

On Staten Island, a Ramboll climate adaptation project features a surprising aquatic main character: oysters. 

Explore the project


What does gender equality have to do with climate change?

To improve early flood warning, and to ensure no one is left behind, a Filipino city addressed its gender blind spot. 

Find out more


Other news


Ramboll Foundation donates 1 million DKK to humanitarian aid in Ukraine.

Read our CEO's statement

Ramboll becomes partner in smart city technology platform, VU.CITY.

Find out more

New IPCC report published. UN says: “delay means death”.

Get the update


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Ramboll launches new strategy, going all-in on sustainability

By 2025, everything we do will be aligned to four unifying themes – the biggest and toughest global challenges we face today.

Explore our strategy


Upcoming events 

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Energy from Waste Conference
10 March (London, UK)

Ramboll expert Christian Riber presents a new study, showing how Greenland could become a future hub for green hydrogen.

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IWA water and wastewater conference
27 March–2 April (Nevada, US)

Jennifer Olivo, Division Officer in Ramboll Water, will give a keynote address on how climate resilience technology improves urban liveability.

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