EA report finds accelerating market growth, supported by vibrant M&A scene and ratcheting green finance streams. The ‘Great Reshuffle’ has brought climate and sustainability factors to the forefront of client projects and investment programmes, as well as internal competitor strategies.
Integrating sustainability and resilience into infrastructure development is easier said than done. But the long-term view can bring financial rewards too, as Hollie Janson Schmidt of Jacobs reveals ahead of her participation in our Global Business Summit.
Coming off the back of a bumper year, yet facing growing economic and geopolitical uncertainties, engineering and consulting firm CFOs must weigh critical investment priorities to build long-term resilience.
International design, engineering, science and risk management consultancy BMT becomes the twelfth member of Environment Analyst’s Sustainability Delivery Group, as our new ESG-focused working group also debuts.
Full engagement of clients and staff from project outset is one of several core requirements for capitalising on this pivotal moment for ESG, said panellists at Environment Analyst's US market outlook webinar.
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.
Winners include Jacobs for transforming its internal net zero and sustainability performance; WSP’s game-changing acquisition of Golder; and RIO ESG’s role in developing an innovative AI-enabled ESG ratings platform
Environment Analyst’s latest UK E&S Market Assessment report documents a resurgence in demand for E&S consulting services as a result of ESG and net zero imperatives, combined with the post-pandemic recovery.
Six months after the publication of Environment Analyst’s acclaimed ‘Consultancies in the race to net zero’ report – and in celebration of UK Net Zero Week – we explore how the top players are looking to advance their leadership role in the transition to a low-carbon economy.
What is ESG’s role in delivering an equitable transition, given apparently conflicting pressures from the war in Ukraine and rising cost of living? Nick Cottam’s opinion piece features insights shared at the recent Environment Analyst UK Business Summit.
The US-headquartered global consulting giant has created an ‘office of global climate response and ESG,’ which it says is designed to provide strategic emphasis on the delivery of the company's climate and sustainability commitments.