What comes after the energy crisis?

In Europe, consumers and businesses are facing the prospect of gas shortages this winter. 

While this immediate crisis takes centre stage, it also makes the question of how we design energy systems of the future more urgent. And for hydrogen, this future is in large part tied to the gas pipes that are now going dry.

In this newsletter we also ask what the essence of liveability is, and whether we should build less to benefit the planet. 


Gas pipelines could power EU's hydrogen ambitions

Europe has an extensive network of gas pipelines. Retrofitting these to transport hydrogen could bootstrap a new phase in the energy transition. 

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The case for building (next to) nothing

To make a dent in emissions, we should make clients excited about refurbished buildings, argues Ramboll expert Scott Brookes in this op-ed for World Green Building Council.

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Is liveability the same in Rome and Singapore?

Three Ramboll experts from three different cities explain what liveability means to them.

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Scoot over, humans

To solve the biodiversity crisis, it's time we start building for all city dwellers, and not just humans, writes Henning Larsen's global design director of landscape, Sonja Stockmarr.

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Events, webinars and insights


Webinar: Realising large-scale hydrogen projects

27 September, 3pm CEST

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Webinar: Introduction to EU's Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation

20 September, 9am CET



Webinar: How to protect biodiversity with satellites

27 September, 12pm EDT

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Meet us at New York Climate Week

19-25 September, New York

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Munich Sustainability Forum

29 September

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