• Green jobs: more opportunities and salary rises for most

    Last year provided good employment prospects for green professionals, with salary increases for many. Simon Inglethorpe finds out more

  • Case study: David Dowson, carbon and energy manager

  • Case study: Jessica Fleming, environmental consultant and scientist

  • Case study: Jon Huckle, ecological technical director

  • SLR: growth at home and away

    SLR chief executive David Richards outlines how the company grew its revenues by 11% by combining organic growth with niche acquisitions

  • Big infrastructure: making the green business case to developers

    Large, complex projects are an important source of work for consultants able to stand out amid fierce competition, finds Isabella Kaminski

  • Government takes action to speed up development

  • Ricardo-AEA: Acquisition puts consultancy’s expansion plans on track

    Ricardo’s acquisition of AEA Europe provides a strong platform for the growth of a new consultancy, write Dave Shemmans and Robert Bell

  • Ricardo-AEA: Joining forces

  • Ricardo-AEA: National emissions inventory

  • Ricardo-AEA: Resource efficiency services

  • Assessing shale gas opportunities and risks

    Environmental consultancies will play a leading role in UK shale gas development. Simon Inglethorpe identifies the business prospects

  • Environmental monitoring case study: Ground-Gas Solutions

  • Water and environmental management case study – Remsol

    The UK’s shale gas industry looks set to grow. Lee Petts, managing director of waste and environmental management specialists, Remsol, looks at how this might transform the consulting landscape


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