EBJ Vol XXXIII No 5&6: Environmental Industry Outlook 2020-2021
EBJ presents the results and analysis of EBJ’s annual Snapshot Survey and takes on the task of framing an Environmental Industry Outlook for 2020, resetting its forecast for 2020 and 2021 in the wake of the unprecedented coronavirus crisis. Survey respondents provide business responses to the Covid-19 shutdown and also reflect on morale and pathways forward. Executive Q&As profile companies enduring the crisis and reflecting the resilient nature of the environmental industry.
EBJ Vol 34 No 5/6: Environmental Industry Outlook 2021
Environmental Business Journal’s annual Environmental Industry Outlook edition presents comprehensive results of a detailed Q2 2021 Industry Snapshot Survey of environmental industry executives reporting 2020 revenue performance, expectations of the market impact of the Biden administration, and favored markets for 2021-2022 business development.
EBJ Vol XXXI No 11 & 12: Environmental Industry Overview 2019
In this 44-page Environmental Industry Overview 2019 edition of Environmental Business Journal, EBJ presents a strategic overview of the 14-segment environmental industry, making sense of market drivers and client trends common to the 14 segment industry or the collective $400 billion U.S. environmental industry.
EBJ Vol XXXIII No 11&12: Strategic Planning in the Environmental Industry 2021
EBJ presents an analysis of strategic planning in the environmental industry. Results of a comprehensive survey of environmental firms is presented and summarized, including many open-ended responses from 58 executives on strategic planning process, history, communication, scope and frequency. Perhaps of higher value are the detailed profiles of the planning process, business outlook and response to 2020 from prominent leaders in the environmental industry including: Arcadis, Cardno, Carollo Engineers, Dudek, GHD, ICF, Michael Baker, Ramboll, SNC-Lavalin, Tetra Tech, TRC, Veolia, Wood plc and Woodard & Curran.
EBJ Vol XXXIII No 3&4; Mergers & Acquisitions in the Environmental Industry 2020
EBJ presents a strategic review of Merger & Acquisition the Environmental Industry with the help of the leading experts in the field: the investment banking and strategic advisory firms that manage or are involved in a great many of the industry’s larger transactions, as well as private equity and strategic acquirers. Summary data on M&A activity, valuations, and important economic and social indicators as the COVID-19 crisis enveloped the world in Q1 2020 are presented and summarized by EBJ for their impact on short- and long-term markets.
EBJ Vol 34 No 11/12: Q4 2021 The Environmental Consulting & Engineering
Environmental Business Journal® presents a comprehensive 50-page review of the U.S. Environmental Consulting & Engineering Industry with a statistical summary and strategic review of the issues facing executives, owners, and investors in the ever-evolving environmental industry.
EBJ Vol XXXII No 1 & 2: 2019 Environmental Industry Executive Review
The 2019 Environmental Industry Executive Review and EBJ Awards provides a view into growth, management, planning, strategy, execution, innovation and what it takes to compete in environmental markets. Q&As with executives and key award winners for 2018 accomplishments reflect new markets, market trends and management challenges.
EBJ Vol 34 No. 3/4: Innovation in Services & New Practice Areas in the Environmental Industry in the 2020s
This edition of EBJ analyzes new practice introductions of more than 70 firms over the last decade. Feature profiles of 10 firms reveal their strategy to continue to stay ahead of market demand and the competition. New practices in PFAS, COVID, resilience, energy, sustainability natural capital and digital innovation are just a few of the examples of service innovations taking hold in a variety of client markets.
EBJ Vol XXXIII No 1 & 2: Environmental Cutting-Edge Technologies
EBJ presents a strategic review of innovative or disruptive technology and the potential that Environmental Cutting-Edge Technologies have to transform the industry in the 2020s. Leading environmental industry players share best practices on their current deployment of technology, varying client demands and their strategic approach to developing and deploying technology and investing in R&D.
EBJ Vol XXXI No 3 & 4: 2018 Environmental Industry Outlook
EBJ provides interim data on 2017 growth rates in environmental service segments and a forecast for 2018-2018, based on two comprehensive surveys of close two 100 environmental industry executives each. At the end of the first two quarters of 2018, the outlook for the U.S. and the global economies is relatively optimistic, but has some concerns relating to tariffs and trade wars, uncertainties relating to environmental policy and volatility in stock markets, currencies and interest rates pose concern for industry and for environmental firms.
EBJ Vol XXXI No 9 & 10: 2018 Environmental Technology and Consulting & Engineering
2018 Environmental Technology Trends and C&E – This edition provides details on the C&E industry from 2017 through 2020. Business trends in the consulting & engineering segment are summarized by clients, services, media, geography and companies
EBJ Vol 35 No 3/4: Q2 2022 Environmental Industry Outlook 2022
Environmental Business Journal® research in this Industry Outlook edition focuses on the energy transition and climate stability services being developed and deployed in the market by companies with their core business in the environmental industry.
EBJ Vol XXXIII No 7&8: Infrastructure Markets in the 2020s
In a special edition EBJ that combines an analysis of Infrastructure Markets in the 2020s for the environmental industry with a Climate Change Business Journal edition on ‘Natural Infrastructure’. EBJ presents a 2020 quantitative and qualitative analysis of infrastructure markets in the 2020s with market sizing for the six categories of infrastructure: water, energy, power, communications, waste and transportation. Full discussion of market drivers, funding concerns and trend analysis of innovation and disruption in each category is included in both EBJ’s overview and executive Q&A with 10 industry leaders.
EBJ Vol XXXII No 11 & 12: 2020 Executive Review & 2019 EBJ Awards
The 2020 Environmental Executive Review and EBJ Awards provides a view into growth, management, planning, strategy, execution, innovation and what it takes to compete in environmental markets. 2020 Environmental Executive Review includes also Q&As with executives and key award winners for 2019 accomplishments reflect new markets, market trends and management challenges.
EBJ Vol XXXI No 5 & 6: 2018 The U.S. Water Industry
A comprehensive review of the 2018 US water industry features profiles and perspectives from industry leaders and innovators and a full quantification and forecast in all segments of the $172-billion water industry: Water Treatment Equipment; Delivery & Infrastructure Equipment; Chemicals (Bulk & Specialty); Contract Operations; Consulting & Design Engineering; Maintenance Services; Instruments; Analytical Services; Wastewater Treatment Works and Water Utilities.
EBJ Vol XXXIII No 9&10: Digitalization & Data Management in the Environmental Industry in the 2020s
In this review of Digitalization & Data Management in the Environmental Industry Environmental Business Journal characterizes the current state of data management and likely trajectory of investment and implementation in the short term, and implications for the long term on the environmental industry and society. Providers and consumers across the digital information and services supply chain are profiled in feature articles to shed light on how companies are approaching this opportunity. EBJ presents the results of a comprehensive survey, the Environmental Business Journal 2020 Environmental Data Management Survey conducted in November and December of 2020
2018 Environmental Industry Summit Presentations
These files contain information presented during EBI’s 16th annual Environmental Industry Summit, which was attended by over 100 environmental industry executives. Topics include Politics, Policy & Federal Outlook, a snapshot of environmental industry performance in 2017, 2020 year outlook and many more interesting topics.»Read More
EBJ Vol 35 No 5/6: Q3 2022 Environmental Consulting & Engineering 2022
Environmental Business Journal®’s annual compilation of annual revenue performance of over 700 environmental consulting & engineering firms from 2021—and EBJ’s resulting industry model is summarized in detail in this review.
EBJ Vol XXX No 07 & 08: Remediation Markets & Technology 2017
This edition of EBJ features data, analysis, survey results and company profiles in three segments of the environmental industry: hazardous waste management, remediation and industrial services. These sectors — together the “contracting” segments of the environmental industry — accounted for $24.3 billion in revenues in 2016, according to EBJ segmentation and analysis portrayed in charts and tables in this edition along with ranking of top companies in each segment. Both the $24-billion environmental contracting segments and the $30-billion environmental consulting & engineering industry count remediation as an important market category and EBJ’s detailed surveys on Remediation Markets and Remediation Technology reveal growth services, clients and geographies, key benchmarks, contract trends and technology applications. » Read More
EBJ Vol XXXIV No 1&2: 2021 Executive Review & 2020 EBJ Business Achievement Awards & Lifetime Achievement Awards
The 2021 Environmental Executive Review and EBJ Awards provides a view into growth, management, planning, strategy, execution, innovation, Covid resilience & response, and what it takes to compete in environmental markets in the 2020s. The Executive Review includes also Q&As with executives and key award winners accomplishments reflect new markets, market trends and management challenges. The special supplement chronicles the careers of three remarkable individuals who dedicated their careers to the environmental industry.
EBJ Vol XXXI No 1 & 2: Executive Review and EBJ Business Achievement Awards
EBJ’s annual program lists of 50+ award winners provides a view into growth, management, planning, strategy, execution, innovation and what it takes to compete in environmental markets. Market features and Q&As with top executives reflect new markets, current market trends and management challenges. » Read More
EBJ Vol XXX No 11 & 12: Environmental Industry Overview 2017-2018
The U.S. environmental industry grew 3.6% in 2016 and 4.8% in 2017, according to research and data compiled by Environmental Business International Inc., publisher of EBJ. The environmental industry’s total of $370 billion in revenues represented » Read More
EBJ Vol 35 No 7/8: 2022 Markets & Technology in Remediation & PFAS
Environmental Business Journal® presents a comprehensive report on remediation markets, technology and leading competitors presents survey results, technology review and regulatory scenarios as industry and government awaits EPA regulations on PFAS.
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