Environmental & sustainability consultancies Anthesis, EcoAct and ERM have announced partnerships with tech firms to improve their ESG offer, while IBM says it is collaborating with the NYSE to enhance corporate ESG reporting.
This year's climate conference in Egypt produced five key takeaways for environmental and sustainability consulting firms to consider, suggests Jonathan Ballantine – with additional commentary from Anthesis.
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.
Winners include Jacobs for transforming its internal net zero and sustainability performance; WSP’s game-changing acquisition of Golder; and RIO ESG’s role in developing an innovative AI-enabled ESG ratings platform
Sophisticated data capture and other innovative technologies are enabling more circular economies. Self-styled ‘sustainability activator’ Anthesis is helping to promote them. Technical director Simone Aplin and principal consultant Mark Sayers, explain how.
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
‘Sustainability activator’ Anthesis has enjoyed another boom year and — mirroring the marketplace into which it has blossomed — is still evolving quickly. Founder and CEO Stuart McLachlan revealed the thinking behind the doing in a Q&A with Environment Analyst.
The largest changes to waste and recycling services in a generation are being introduced across the UK. Dr Adam Read, director of external affairs at SUEZ recycling and recovery UK and president of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM), unpicks the implications for the environmental industry
Chief exec of global sustainability specialist discusses the importance of values and validation; why PE can accelerate the Anthesian mission; and how the wider sector can use this pandemic to drive meaningful change