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 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
Kevin Sneader of McKinsey, speaking at a sustainability conference hosted by The Economist, offers perspectives on how the pandemic is influencing corporate sustainability thinking and the financial case for ‘building back greener’
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
Federal energy, water and infrastructure projects will underpin environmental services sector’s post-pandemic recovery, suggests EBI’s industry outlook, with sustainability consulting revenue less certain
A survey of EA’s global membership community shines light on the changes and challenges brought about by the pandemic and its economic shockwaves on the working lives of environmental consultants, as well as their firms’ near-term prospects
Brutal honesty, transparent communications and active engagement of employees as stakeholders stood out as strong themes during the global industry panel discussion at Environment Analyst's 2020 Business Summit
London-headquartered engineering, design and environmental consultancy Arup has announced a redundancy programme impacting 350 UK employees - equivalent to around 5% of its domestic headcount - due to the impacts of COVID-19.
AEC Advisors launched its CEO Forum series in Europe, with a little help from Environment Analyst and BST Global. Top bosses from Egis, ERM, Ramboll and Witteveen+Bos offer their take on how the crisis is impacting their business, people, clients and strategy
The recovery will take time and fundamentally reshape industry and society, but building back better can help curb the threats of climate change and nature loss, according to analysis from the management consultant.