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Environmental Industry Summit XIII

March 11-13, 2015

Hotel Solamar in downtown San Diego

West Coast's Best Networking Event
in the Environmental Industry

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EBI offers three levels of market intelligence on the environmental industry and climate change industry:

Environmental Business Journal® and Climate Change Business Journal® – Strategic analysis, executive interviews, company profiles, trends, growth estimates and data conclusions.

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Research Reports – EBI's most in-depth level of analysis with multiple charts, electronic spreadsheets, definitions, growth trends, company profiles, historic data, primary & secondary sources, access to data updates and phone time with the publisher.

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News and Updates

Environmental Industry Looks Forward to Better Growth Prospects in 2015 - May 2015
News Release -- San Diego, Calif. -- Growth rates in the $345 billion U.S. environmental industry will continue to improve in 2015-16 as government markets stabilize and the recovering economy benefits from low oil prices and more development and construction, according to Environmental Business Journal's (EBJ) Environmental Industry Outlook edition.
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U.S. Environmental C&E Industry Generates $28.6 Billion in Revenues in 2014 - January 2015
News Release -- San Diego, Calif. -- The U.S. environmental consulting and engineering (C&E) industry generated revenues of $28.34 billion in 2013, down 1.5% compared to 2012, according to Environmental Business Journal's (EBJ) annual review. EBJ's preliminary estimate shows a return to growth of 1-2% for 2014 and 3-4% for 2015 based on revenues of more than 600 firms. Revenues are estimated at $28.6 billion in 2014. "Growth in 2014 is is modest, but coming off a 1.5% contraction in 2013, it has to be seen in a positive light," said George Stubbs, EBJ Senior Editor.
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