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.
South Africa’s water supply depends largely on surface water, raising the risk of low water supplies after periods of drought. Ramboll aims to show how Danish approaches to managing ground water can help ensure a more sustainable water supply.
As part of the ASEAN Australia Smart Cities Trust Fund (AASCTF) programme in South-East Asia, a cross disciplinary Ramboll team is designing a flood early warning system (FEWS) in the Philippine city of Baguio which incorporates gender transformative approaches and principles.
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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.