EA’s latest industry data and research report reveals emergence of the sector's own ‘big four’ as environmental & sustainability consulting market sees record M&A activity and solid post-COVID recovery through accelerating green transition opportunities.
Experts from AECOM and Mott MacDonald discuss how the world’s leading economies are weaning themselves off gas and developing alternatives at scale. They explore the pressing energy issues of the coming two decades.
An Environment Analyst research report finds the majority of the world’s top environmental and sustainability consulting firms are now working towards science-based climate commitments — with some having set and already achieved accelerated carbon reduction goals — whilst others lag behind in their progress
Follow the science, follow the data, and help your clients and indeed their investors navigate an often complex and sometimes convoluted ESG journey. This was the overriding message from a lively session focused on ESG opportunities at this year’s virtual EA Global Business Summit
Ahead of his presentation at the EA Global Business Summit 2021, Mott MacDonald's Adrian Bliss gives his take on the growing influence of environmental, social and governance risk factors in global markets
Sector hits all-time high of £1.9bn in 2019 before pandemic forces decline last year; Jacobs confirmed new market leader, then RSK, WSP, AECOM and RPS; demand for climate change & energy services surges as net zero and climate resilience efforts ramp up
A round-up of EFCG’s conference and industry survey focused on what it takes to lead technological innovation in the architecture, engineering & environmental consulting, and construction (a/e/c) services space; and how the global pandemic is honing digital strategies
Two UK-based international engineering consultancies - Mott MacDonald and Cundall - claim to be the first in their class to have achieved carbon neutrality globally, both having been independently certified by the Carbon Trust to international standard PAS 2060 in September.
The 16,000-strong global consultancy started 2020 with a solid financial position, crucial to help bear the ‘cashflow recession’ as pandemic impacts escalate. Environment Analyst hears from global environment lead Lucy Morton
Infrastructure & development opportunities create healthy demand for EC services, according to latest global sector report from Environment Analyst. AECOM, Jacobs and Tetra Tech retain position as top three EC providers worldwide as other challengers ascend rankings
Having doubled in size since 2010, ecological consulting and wildlife management services represent a growing success story for the UK environmental sector. EA explores the driving forces and how mandatory BNG, the rising natural capital agenda and tech innovation will impact.