Environment Analyst reports on an expert panel debate hosted by EFCG looking at how firms in the built environment - as well their clients and projects - are adapting to the challenges of climate change and sustainable design
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
The UK-headquartered consultancy RPS has announced a strategic alliance with leading Japanese environmental service provider to support its strategy for growth in the Asia-Pacific offshore wind sector. Xodus Group has announced a similar partnership
A range of views on strategies for leading the climate change, ESG and net zero agendas, presented at the final panel session of this year’s EA Business Summit, converged on the need for standardised targets and benchmarking
European asset manager NN Investment Partners is the latest financial institution to offer insights on trends shaping sustainable investing. It sees huge potential for the corporate world to effect change in correlating ESG and financial outcomes, as EA reports
Australian-headquartered GHD has made three appointments to strengthen its contamination, assessment and remediation (CAR) service line and grow its environmental consultancy services in the UK and wider EMEA region.
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
UK-headquartered sustainability solutions specialist Anthesis has formed a partnership with New Zealand-based utility electric vehicle (UEV) provider UBCO with the aim of helping to expand sustainable transport globally.
UK-headquartered consultancy RPS has been appointed by SSE Renewables to lead the offshore environmental impact assessment (EIA) and shadow habitat regulation appraisal (HRA) for the Forth of Firth offshore wind farms at Berwick Bank and Marr Bank off the coast of Scotland.
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.