What makes a business sustainable? 

New EU guidelines are meant to answer that knotty question – and in the process open doors for investors and companies that contribute to the green transition. 

In this edition, we explore what the EU Taxonomy means for US businesses. We also cover the firm commitments from Ramboll to halve emissions from buildings and exit oil and gas development.

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What US businesses need to know about the EU's green deal

Through GDPR, the EU set new global standards for data privacy.

New research from New York University and Ramboll explores how the EU Taxonomy could set similar standards for sustainable business in the US:

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Ramboll to halve emissions from new building projects by 2030

New commitment from Ramboll will reduce carbon emissions equal to the annual emissions of 390,000 EU citizens, offering a blueprint for the wider sector.

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Ramboll sunsets oil and gas development

By 2025, Ramboll will have transitioned out of upstream oil and gas to instead focus on offshore wind, Power-to-X, carbon capture, and more. Hannes Reuter, Managing Director for Energy at Ramboll, explains what this strategic pivot means for clients:

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Explore the opportunities of Power-to-X

Power-to-X and green hydrogen can be key drivers for the green energy transition. But what is the commercial potential and what is needed to realise it? Ramboll’s experts share insights for investors and developers on how to take Power-to-X and green hydrogen from idea to reality.

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Circular Economy Taxonomy

The transition to a circular economy is anticipated to be the most disruptive of all six EU Taxonomy objectives. Join our webinar to learn what you can today to reduce risks and maximise opportunities for your business. 

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