Following the new EPA law on enforceable maximum contaminant levels for PFAS, Environment Analyst takes the pulse of the US environmental & sustainability consulting sector and asks: is it ready to step up its PFAS support?
Industry outlook remains very positive with larger firms in particular looking well positioned. Member survey shines light on changing nature of consultant role and workforce given shifting client needs, post-pandemic practices, increasing competition, digitalisation and inflationary pressures.
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.
Our first standalone assessment of the US market finds a thriving industry post-pandemic thanks to the evolving regulatory framework and rise of ESG, albeit one that is undergoing significant structural change.
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.
Participants at our US Business Leaders’ Forum discussed shifting expectations around ESG, the importance of embedding sustainability throughout infrastructure projects and the need to engage at strategic level to stay competitive.
Decarbonising the global economy in order to limit warming to 1.5°C will require the scaling up of renewable technologies on an epic level and at an estimated cost of $1.5tn per year. But, who is going to fund this? (Hint: not governments.) And what is the role of consultants?
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.
Frank Sweet, head of the global environment business line at AECOM, outlines what he sees as the most exciting opportunities and pressing concerns for the industry, in a teaser ahead of our Global Summit.
Environment Analyst presents a summary of our latest Business Leaders’ Forum, where participants based in Europe and North America discussed how the ‘new normal’ approach to hybrid work is affecting everything from business structure to corporate culture.
Exploring how market and regulatory forces around ESG & sustainability are creating unprecedented demand for talent, and how service providers are responding strategically. Experts from specialist advisory, training and recruitment firms offer tips for building world-class ESG capabilities.
Owner and CEO of UK-based ESG consulting and risk management specialist InvestAssure says companies need to ensure the sustainability of their operational performance matches up to their official ESG ratings
EFCG’s Rising Leaders Conference explored the key priorities and challenges facing consulting & engineering C-suite executives of today and tomorrow. Sustainability emerged as a major focus, as well as talent and technology-related issues, as Environment Analyst reports.
Fifty years since the publication of the seminal environmental text ‘Limits to growth,’ Richard Heinberg, author and senior fellow of the Post Carbon Institute, reflects on how its conclusions stand up to scrutiny against today’s backdrop of converging crises.
The turbulent turn of world events has reinforced the urgency for the planet to move away from fossil fuel dependence. Transition was the subject of the day at this year’s International Energy Week, which featured expert commentators from BP, ERM, EY, Schlumberger, Shell and more
Environment Analyst presents a summary of our latest Sustainability Delivery Group (SDG) roundtable, which discussed the sustainability challenges facing the construction industry and how collaboration will lead the way forward
An Environment Analyst panel explored progress being made by environmental & sustainability advisers in both facilitating and leading in a just transition - featuring business leaders from AECOM, Anthesis, ERM and WSP
Environment Analyst presents a summary of our latest North American Business Leaders’ Forum focused on the challenges and solutions for helping to attract and retain talent in the current heat of the green jobs market and in the wake of 'the great resignation'
Our latest membership survey report provides timely industry data for budget-setting for the year ahead and beyond. Despite some significant headwinds – around talent and resourcing, not to mention ongoing pandemic pressures – the outlook appears extremely positive for the environmental and sustainability advisory sector
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