The end of the last decade has been widely acclaimed as a critical turning point for the climate and environmental agenda. EA discusses with E&S consulting leaders what we can look forward to on entering the 2020s, a decade that will be unquestionably defined by our actions towards decarbonisation
Brexit fails to dampen sector thanks to a resurgent public sector spending and continued infrastructure activity. And there’s change at the top as WSP, Jacobs, RSK, AECOM and Mott MacDonald lead the pack, while APEM, Delta-Simons and Sweco enter EA’s Top 30 for the first time.
Environment Analyst offers key takeaways from the 30th Annual EFCG CEO Conference, where business advisors and sector leaders met to share their experiences of market ups and downs and strategies to address the most pressing industry challenges
Infrastructure & development opportunities create healthy demand for EC services, according to latest global sector report from Environment Analyst. AECOM, Jacobs and Tetra Tech retain position as top three EC providers worldwide as other challengers ascend rankings
Environment Analyst explores key themes debated at AEC Advisors’ recent CEO Summit in New York: KPIs for success, M&A strategy, diversity & inclusion, digitalisation and stakeholder value vs shareholder value
Brexit seems less of a concern to environmental consultants in this year's EA Market Trends Survey with growth targets and projections significantly improved. UK EC teams have expanded by an average of four percent in the last twelve months (2018/19).
EA survey highlights positive indicators for the state of environmental consultancy - including improved growth for large players and strong uplift in N American prospects; digital transformation cited as main business driver going forward
APEM's Mark Barnett outlines the importance of natural capital in preserving the natural environment as well as the latest thinking and practical approaches for assessing value, whilst countering criticisms often levelled at the natural capital approach.
Environment Analyst’s latest insight report explores the dynamics of the UK’s maturing contaminated land management sector and why consultants believe change from within is needed to kick-start the industry. It also views developments in the context of global market trends and statistics.
Having doubled in size since 2010, ecological consulting and wildlife management services represent a growing success story for the UK environmental sector. EA explores the driving forces and how mandatory BNG, the rising natural capital agenda and tech innovation will impact.
Extended early engagement phase; increased focus on sustainability; climate change impact assessments; a constitutional crisis: Canada’s IAA has it all. But what does the new legislation mean practically? Environment Analyst reports
There is an urgent need for leadership in E&S consultancy to help organisations address the climate emergency. But is the sector ready to lead from the front, asked John Chubb of RPS in his opening keynote at the EA Business Summit 2019
As we enter a new era of environmental activism set against rapid societal change, what does this mean for the role of environmental consultant? Our special Insight Report explores key factors critical to shaping the global sector's future trajectory
Our latest research report emphasises the market’s increasing reliance on major infrastructure projects. It also analyses the impacts of evolving policy drivers, the relaxation of government austerity and Brexit on all the major client sectors spending money on consultants.
Market Insight: It’s been more than a decade since the UK government released policy intervention around waste reduction, so the recently launched Resources & Waste Strategy should be welcomed with open arms by the industry. EA assesses its potential impact