Climate change brings more drought and water scarcity to some parts of the world, increased risks of cloudbursts and storm-surge to others, and rising sea levels to all. However, more streamlined and integrated water management can also reduce CO2 emissions and mitigate the consequences of climate adaptation. Click to watch seven video examples of the water & climate change linkage.
Ramboll aspires to help cities deliver sustainable solutions for the benefit of people and society at large. That’s why Ramboll is an active partner at the C40 Worlds Mayors Summit 2019 in Copenhagen, where the world’s megacities meet to address climate change together.
The Ramboll team at this year’s WEFTEC is looking forward to meeting with clients and partners during our four presentations and at our booth, no. 1453. We also hope to see a lot of representatives from industrial companies at the Industrial Reception that we are sponsoring Monday evening.
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