Though currently falling, ghg emissions are expected to bounce back as economies recover from the COVID-19 crisis. Beth Burks, ESG associate director, S&P Global Ratings, explores whether achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 is still possible, and how forests and soils can help
Environment industry sector initiative to demonstrate leadership on climate action attracts 49 signatories in first six months. Founders explain to EA that COVID year disruption is not deterring firms from taking the pledge in spite of the added challenges, with both Jacobs and Mott MacDonald the latest recruits
With the global population in the grip of COVID-19, Neil Humphrey - chief operating officer of the environmental and engineering consultancy Waterman in the UK - sheds light on how we can use this time to make bold changes in the face of the climate crisis
UK-headquartered consultancy RPS is expanding in the US offshore wind sector, having appointed Richard Zeroka as director of permitting to lead its environment team based in Boston, Massachusetts to spearhead its push into this space.
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.
Wood, the Aberdeen-headquartered, global engineering, consultancy and professional services group, has pledged a science-based target to lower its scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions by 40% over the next ten years.
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.