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
Australian-headquartered professional services firm and environmental consulting player GHD is to set up an office in Singapore, in line with its strategy to expand its advisory offering in the Asia-Pacific market.
Business leaders from Beca, GHD and Surbana Jurong review the state of play in the wake of the global pandemic and how they are strategizing for the new normal in a webinar hosted by BST Global, in association with Environment Analyst and Consult Australia
Australian-headquartered GHD has made three appointments to strengthen its contamination, assessment and remediation (CAR) service line and grow its environmental consultancy services in the UK and wider EMEA region.
Market lead for environment & planning at GHD New Zealand, Stephen Douglass, argues that public participation looks to be a likely cost of the proposed COVID-19 Recovery (Fast Track Consenting) Bill, which aims to expedite consenting under the Resource Management Act.
EA catches up with Kurt Beil, a year into his job as northern hemisphere environment lead. He tells us about the huge challenges, and also significant opportunities, in navigating the new norms brought about by the coronavirus
Environment Analyst’s virtual seminar on PFAS shed light on the subject from an international perspective bringing together experts from the science and laboratory communities, geotechnical engineering and remediation from the UK, Australia and the United States. Will Hatchett reports.
EA gains exclusive access to an extraordinary virtual gathering of consulting and professional service firm CEOs to learn how their businesses are adapting to the new norms and rapidly-evolving outlook, and what is expected to come in the aftermath of COVID-19