With two sizable strategic investments announced in the last seven days - including a majority stake the UK’s PA Consulting - Jacobs is ramping up its tech-enabled solutions. FY20 financials point to resilient performance as CEO introduces ‘Focus 2023’ initiative
COVID has been an accelerator for sustainability - both inside and out - for the consulting and technology heavyweight. Accenture’s Harry Morrison tells Environment Analyst why the firm is doubling its resolve in the space
As the UK becomes the first country in the world to mandate TCFD-aligned disclosure, and with a climate-friendly Biden administration poised to make good on ESG, is it possible to standardise reporting frameworks?
Canadian firm OMERS Private Equity is said to be weighing up future options for the global environmental consultancy ERM, in which it holds a major stake, including a potential sale which could value the London-headquartered firm at $2.5bn.
Following the first six to eight months of pandemic-induced lockdowns and economic instability, the picture for some leading environmental consulting players features the tentative beginnings of an upturn.
The incoming administration of US president-elect Joe Biden is expected to result in an unprecedented boom for ESG investments, alongside increased pressure on corporations to fit the bill, according to comments from investment specialists.
CEO praises staff as growth returns during Q4 FY20, and outlines hopes for Biden administration to reprioritise climate change - which ‘directly aligns’ to firm’s core strengths in water, environment and energy
A distinguished panel hosted by Environment Analyst explores how digital innovation is transforming project delivery and data management, disrupting traditional business models and accelerating the journey to net zero in a post-pandemic world
The Frontier Energy 2050 Summit saw a strategic exploration of what it will take for the energy sector ‘to build a bridge towards net zero’; and how the transition is being impacted by the global pandemic
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has announced that Japan will be carbon neutral by 2050, bringing Japan’s climate commitments into line with others such as those made by the EU and the UK. And South Korea is following suit.