The International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) has announced that its members have committed to net zero by 2050 for their scope 1 and 2 ghg emissions. Environment Analyst spoke with ICMM’s CEO about the implications for the industry
US infrastructure consulting giant - and global environmental consulting market leader - announces launch of Digital AECOM arm on release of FY21 results, which point to growing importance of ESG strategy
EFCG’s latest industry overview and CEO survey results - presented at its annual business leader conference - indicate a dichotomy of responses to the pandemic-related challenges of late, underpinned by expediting market forces. EA reports
Boston Consulting Group has strengthened pledges made last year to achieve net zero by 2030 and from then to become climate positive. BCG is also expanding its dedicated climate and sustainability client support capabilities and investments.
Group CEOs reflect on latest financial and sustainability highlights for the Asia-Pacific consulting powerhouse with a focus on changes and challenges brought through CV-19, digital transformation, green finance, and growth in emerging markets
SNC-Lavalin, Stantec and WSP report on financial highlights and challenges during the second quarter to complete the picture for the first six months of the year for the Canadian-headquartered triumvirate. Their experiences mark a US market proving a little slower in recovery than other COVID-impacted regions.
The return of profit, the reinstatement of investor dividends, steady revenue, and a refreshed focus on ESG indicate a company emerging from CV-19 with a greater sense of purpose. CEO John Douglas speaks with EA’s Ross Griffiths on the release of RPS's first half results
It's been ‘the year of HR’ given the major health and societal forces for change impacting the workforce. But how are consulting & engineering firms responding strategically to these shifts? EFCG’s HR Leadership Conference 2021 offers unique insights
The $17.2tr of COVID-19 recovery money injected into the global economy to date continues to have a net negative impact on climate and nature, according to an update to the ‘Greenness of Stimulus Index’ (GSI) report.
The leading practices saw growth curtailed to less than 1% in 2020 due to pandemic pressures, but are readying for a solid upturn thanks to accelerating net-zero and sustainability drivers in the green recovery. EA's research report identifies which firms are best placed to capitalise