Centralised unit provides market visibility and places environmental services at the core of Black & Veatch’s global service offering. But the US player does so without its European contingent, which has now joined British outfit RSK as ‘Binnies’
Materials are as important as energy to the low-carbon transition, and require a complete reconfiguration of supply chains, according to researchers and innovators speaking at the recent webinar “Transforming the use of materials for a green deal”.
Rising inequality, the coronavirus pandemic, and the growing digital divide threaten to stymie attempts to address risks from climate and environmental disruption, concludes the latest report on global risks from the World Economic Forum (WEF)
How the Dutch-based marine and earth sciences firm is reinventing itself, transitioning from its roots as a geotech specialist dependent upon oil & gas. Environment Analyst hears from Fugro’s Europe & Africa director Peter Brooke
Following a challenging and catalytic 2020, during which the COVID shock produced heightened awareness of the importance of environmental and social sustainability, EA looks forward to 2021 - a year in which bold targets and plans already made should translate into actionable changes
A year-end spending package passed by US Congress on 21 December - and signed by President Trump six days later after his initial objections - extends and introduces new tax credits for renewable energy and carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects.
Vivid Economics and Finance for Biodiversity update their report assessing the 'greenness' of COVID-19 stimulus plans of the G20 and other major economies in relation
to climate action and biodiversity goals
The purchase of Black & Veatch’s 1,200-strong UK and Asia water business – including a sizeable environmental consultancy unit – is RSK’s largest and most transformational acquisition to date; revives the Binnies brand name