Case competition - Create sustainable cities with Ramboll

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Create sustainable  cities with Ramboll

Our cities are growing rapidly and climate changes continue to disrupt the way we live. We must innovate and transform to ensure a more sustainable urban development.

5. September was the last day for signing up to the UN SDG case competition. Registration is closed

It is no longer possible to sign-up for the case competition.

Thank you for your interest

Turn Global Goals into local actions

Adopted in 2015, The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) consist of 17 goals and 169 targets. SDG 11 – Sustainable Cities and Communities - is a critical goal to ensure sustainable and inclusive development in the growing urban areas. From a climate perspective, cities are both part of the problem and part of the solution to decrease emissions.

However, to realise the Global Goals, we need local action. From government, municipalities, businesses, educational institutions, NGO's, and citizens.

As part of the Frederiksberg SDG Festival, Ramboll’s case competition brings forward new ideas on how to help The Municipality of Frederiksberg deliver on SDG 11, Sustainable Cities and Communities. Through their Sustainability Strategy 2017-2020, the city aims to be CO2-neutral by 2035 and in 2020 their emissions should cut by 50% to combat climate change and air pollution. And time is of the essence; a first-of-its-kind Ramboll study shows that Danes demand clean air in their cities but do not think cities are doing enough in this area.

So, join the SDG case competition and help Frederiksberg become an even cleaner, healthier and more sustainable place to live, work and study.

The case competition is brought to you by:

Frederiksberg
Municipality

FAQ: 
The practicalities

Who can participate?

We invite all bright, curious and ambitious students to participate. This will be the venue if you like to learn and grow by solving real-life challenges, if you care for the world around you and like to engage with fellow students to make new connections.

Due to limited space, you must apply to take part. Your participation needs to be confirmed by Ramboll and you will be notified no later than Friday 6th September.

When?

Full day on September 13th. The case competition begins with an introduction session on Thursday 12th from 17:00-19:00 whereas the real case work takes place on Friday the 13th from 8:00 and concludes at 19:00. This event is part of the SDG Festival on September 13th and 14th where the campus area in front of Copenhagen Business School is transformed into a Festival for the Global Goals.

Why participate?

  • Gain hands-on experience with the Global Goals and a challenge in your local area
  • Grow your skills within creative thinking, logic reasoning, data mining, presentation and teamwork
  • Connect with Ramboll employees and get an idea of what it is like to work as a management consultant

Who is behind it all? 

Ramboll Management Consulting hosts the case competition in collaboration with Frederiksberg Municipality, E.ON and Sustainable Now

Send us your application

There are a limited number of participants for the case competition.

Therefore, we kindly ask you to apply for your place in the competition, telling us a little bit about yourself and motivate why you would be the best pick for us and your team.

About Ramboll Management Consulting

Ramboll Management Consulting is the consulting division in Ramboll - a global and leading engineering, design, and consultancy company with 15,500 employees around the globe. 

Sustainable Change

At Ramboll Management Consulting, we empower sustainable change. In big and small, we strive to help transform society and the businesses within it for the better. For us, sustainable change means change that has a positive impact on society, business, and people - and just as important - change that lasts.

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