• Managing environmental change

    How is the environmental consultancy sector helping Britain go green at a time of change and austerity? David Carr finds out

  • The ENDS survey of environmental, sustainability and carbon consultants 2011

  • Legislation remains key

    Legislation continues to drive demand for consultancy services, though the market is undermined by ongoing economic weakness

  • Identifying the growth areas: the good, the bad and the ugly

    Consultancies’ expectations reveal a lot about the likely focus of green action in the next year or two

  • Contrasting customer trends

    Some dramatic changes are in the offing, with the public sector threatening to substantially remove itself from the consultancy sphere

  • Fighting it out in a tight market

    Given the evolving market, which of the many types of consultancy look best prepared for future growth?

  • Survey respondents

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