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.
Six months after the publication of Environment Analyst’s acclaimed ‘Consultancies in the race to net zero’ report – and in celebration of UK Net Zero Week – we explore how the top players are looking to advance their leadership role in the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Group CEO and CFO take Environment Analyst through the year’s highlights, as international firm delivers solid results and pipeline going into 2022 against backdrop of lingering pandemic, inflationary pressures, energy market transition, and the ‘great resignation’
The return of profit, the reinstatement of investor dividends, steady revenue, and a refreshed focus on ESG indicate a company emerging from CV-19 with a greater sense of purpose. CEO John Douglas speaks with EA’s Ross Griffiths on the release of RPS's first half results
Sector hits all-time high of £1.9bn in 2019 before pandemic forces decline last year; Jacobs confirmed new market leader, then RSK, WSP, AECOM and RPS; demand for climate change & energy services surges as net zero and climate resilience efforts ramp up
RPS’s journey of reinvention was hit hard by crosswinds from COVID-19. CEO John Douglas and CFO Judith Cottrell talked to Environment Analyst about the trials of 2020 and their effects on the professional services firm’s long-term plans
Following the first six to eight months of pandemic-induced lockdowns and economic instability, the picture for some leading environmental consulting players features the tentative beginnings of an upturn.