Andrew Coburn, CEO of Cambridge-based, ‘deep-tech’ start-up Risilience, outlines the opportunities presented by integrating climate considerations into business strategy — and the risks of not doing so.
Exploring how market and regulatory forces around ESG & sustainability are creating unprecedented demand for talent, and how service providers are responding strategically. Experts from specialist advisory, training and recruitment firms offer tips for building world-class ESG capabilities.
Owner and CEO of UK-based ESG consulting and risk management specialist InvestAssure says companies need to ensure the sustainability of their operational performance matches up to their official ESG ratings
Global professional services firm sees doubling of earth & environment revenues through FY21 largely thanks to Golder acquisition, and embarks on three-year growth plan focused on ESG, technology and innovation
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’
Frédérique Carrier, head of investment strategy, RBC Wealth Management, looks at some of the current challenges to achieving net zero, some feasible solutions, and what the world of tomorrow might look like if these solutions are not only implemented, but effectively paid for.
The turbulent turn of world events has reinforced the urgency for the planet to move away from fossil fuel dependence. Transition was the subject of the day at this year’s International Energy Week, which featured expert commentators from BP, ERM, EY, Schlumberger, Shell and more
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
John Willis, director of research at London-headquartered financial think-tank Planet Tracker, examines the impacts of the single-use plastics epidemic — and how non-executive directors of culpable companies can help address the problem
An Environment Analyst research report finds the majority of the world’s top environmental and sustainability consulting firms are now working towards science-based climate commitments — with some having set and already achieved accelerated carbon reduction goals — whilst others lag behind in their progress
Stuart Lemmon, managing director & CEO of the climate consultancy and project developer EcoAct (an Atos company) in Northern Europe, addresses the next big challenge on the journey to net zero – scope 3 emissions
An Environment Analyst authored summary of the latest flurry of reports, surveys and developments shaping the race towards developing a global, unifying ESG methodology and what that could mean for the advisory services space
Innovative financing methods and a burgeoning demand for expertise are triggering rapid evolution of the environmental & sustainability consulting M&A market, concluded a lively panel session at the Environment Analyst Business Summit 2021
Today’s atmosphere of woke environmentalism is compelling a reversal of traditional construction practices to align with much needed - and in many cases, mandated - sustainable goals. The process of procurement is no longer an absolute system, if it ever was.
The overriding narrative at this year’s virtual summit event was a compelling one; it's a great time to be in the business of the environment, but we must act now to lead and collaborate in order to successfully deliver on climate and sustainability pledges and promises
A major focus of the EA Business Summit 2021 was the need to transition towards a global sustainable operating model, which is multi-layered and intricate. Challenges of this size and magnitude require solutions that are backed by innovative and effective funding strategies. And lots of them.