Supporting the Expansion of Hong Kong International Airport

Supporting the Expansion of Hong Kong International Airport

Ashley Skinner

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is one of the world’s busiest – carrying about 74 million passengers and around five million tonnes of cargo in 2019. However, with the existing airport reaching capacity, an expansion was needed to cater for long-term air traffic demand and to strengthen Hong Kong’s status as an international aviation hub.

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Building safety into a mine’s infrastructure

Building Safety Into a Mine’s Infrastructure

Hillary Johnston

Making sure that everyone goes home safely at the end of their shift requires building safety into every design decision. This requires innovative thinking about equipment to be used in a mine – for safety in operation, but also in maintenance and servicing.

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Untangling a complex PFAS picture at a manufacturing facility

Untangling a Complex PFAS Picture at a Manufacturing Facility

Hillary Johnston

For half a century, a wide variety of industries have embraced Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (collectively known as PFAS) for their unique surfactant properties and their ability to repel oil and water. This meant that these compounds have been used in a wide array of products, as diverse as fire fighting foam, cleaning products, non-stick cookware, food packaging, cosmetics, and breathable outerwear. With the rising concerns about the potential impacts these substances can have on human health and the environment, PFAS are becoming a focus of concern in many parts of the world.

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Living Dykes to Sustainably Stem the Impact of Changing Sea Levels

Ashley Skinner

A Golder team comprised of a geomorphologist, coastal engineers and landscape architects designed a living dyke for a client in British Columbia, Canada, supporting sustainable coastal communities by creating more …

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Actionable steps on climate change risk for Glencore

Actionable Steps on Climate Change Risk for Glencore

Hillary Johnston

While there are many uncertainties around climate change, it is possible to understand the risks, plan, and take effective action. Companies that take part in a rigorous planning process are much better positioned to weather the risks associated with future climate scenarios. This is what global resources giant Glencore was seeking when it asked Golder to provide support during the development of a climate change plan for its Sudbury Integrated Nickel Operations in response to their corporate Sustainability Development Goals.

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