The international credit ratings agency is actively building its ESG portfolio; EA hears from the sustainable finance team on how COVID-19 is impacting the ESG space and the EU’s carbon emissions reduction goals
CEO Stuart McLachlan tells Environment Analyst why he believes the COVID crisis provides an unexpected opportunity to not only 'build back better' but to usher in a completely new phase of sustainability purpose
The group, representing more than 220 state and local government bodies across the globe, is calling for a resilient and environmentally sustainable response to the pandemic from decision makers at all levels
A review of the non-financial disclosure habits of Europe’s 50 largest publicly-traded companies - representing a combined market capitalisation of $4.3tr - has found that three-quarters of the firms are not adequately reporting climate and environmental information.
AECOM has added a new global platform to its suite of digital solutions, this latest designed to “streamline environmental documentation and stakeholder engagement throughout the environmental assessment process”.
Divestment leaves US-headquartered global infrastructure and environment player streamlined and financially fortified to fight the COVID effect, with economic impacts of pandemic expected to bottom out in Q3
UK-headquartered consultancy RPS is among those who have put systems in place for delivering remote environmental assessments and audits for their clients in response to the restrictions on travel and social contact because of COVID-19.
A survey of more than 700 COVID-19 economic recovery packages undertaken by an international team of economists has revealed that policies with a long-term, climate-friendly focus often result in superior economic as well as climate impacts.
The third of our special reports based on AEC Advisors’ CEO Forum series, addressing COVID-19 impacts and mitigation strategies, provides views based on the bosses of Environmental Partners, Kleinfelder, Stantec and WSP. Liz Trew reports