Environmental industry dynamics are characterized in the tough times of 2009 based on new survey results and interviews with CEOs. Growth forecasts for 2009 in the $300-billion U.S. environmental industry have been downward-adjusted from 2 to 7 points depending on segments and data charts demostrate industry growth and comparison to GDP. Also a look at the Stimulus Package and what environmental firms are aiming to do, followed by a feature on the UK consulting sector.
Table of Contents
01.Data review and outlook: Environmental industry stays afloat in unprecedented times.pg 1-5
02.Features: Environmental consulting sector growing in U.K.; EORM?capitalizes on green economy; Stimulus money slow to trickle out, some projects wait to hear if they'll be funded; Arcadis scoops up U.S. rival; who will counter-punch?pg 5-10
03.Q&As: Companies changing their views on environmental liabilities; Stimulus hasn't given much of a boon to WIH Resource Group; Automobile industry crisis has wide-ranging effects in many aspects of economy; Clients getting more sophisticated about remediation.pg 11-15
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