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(EH&S) Environmental Health & Safety Research - Sustainable Cities

EH&S Services US Market Size And Forecast 2016-2020

This report helps practice leaders, CEOs, executive directors and marketing officers at firms providing EH&S services in the US understand their addressable market opportunity and market shares, develop and validate business strategies, and forecast revenue streams from 13 unique service lines. Verdantix forecasts the US EH&S services market will grow from $15.6 billion in 2016 to $17.2 billion in 2020 at an annualized growth rate of 2.5%. View Full Details »

Subscribers only Published: 29 December 2016

A Benchmark of U.S. Environmental Services Providers (Webinar)

This Verdantix webinar provides individuals responsible for the selection of environmental services providers with an objective benchmark of 15 major environmental services providers operating within the US market. View Full Details »

Subscribers only Webinar Published: 03 November 2016

Green Quadrant® Environmental Services (US) 2016

This report provides a detailed, fact-based comparison of 15 prominent environmental services providers operating within the US market. Based on the proprietary Verdantix Green Quadrant methodology, the analysis combines benchmark data from a 106-point questionnaire, an independent panel of 15 environmental services customers across eight industries who frequently utilize environmental services providers, interviews with heads of practice from the service providers, and Verdantix market insight. View Full Details »

Subscribers only Published: 19 October 2016

Global EH&S Survey 2015: Environmental Service Providers

This report helps strategy leaders, Chief Marketing Officers and business development directors at EH&S service providers to measure how corporate EH&S decision-makers perceive their brand and benchmark levels of awareness and engagement. Verdantix interviewed 312 senior EH&S decision-makers. The annual revenues of respondents’ firms were a minimum of $250 million, with 82% of firms having revenues over $1 billion, representing 21 industries and 15 geographies. View Full Details »

Subscribers only Published: 23 September 2015

EH&S Services: US Market Size And Forecast 2015-2020

Verdantix forecasts the US EH&S services market will grow from just over $15 billion in 2015 to $17.7 billion in 2020 at an annualized growth rate of 3.8%. View Full Details »

Subscribers only Published: 11 September 2015

CH2M Uses TNC Collaboration to Propel Green Infrastructure

In August of 2014, CH2M, a global integrated engineering and consulting firm, entered into a five-year collaborative agreement with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in an effort to complete a number of projects involving sustainable development and green infrastructure. Using each other’s internal capabilities, external connections and available resources, the duo hopes to complete a number of flagship-type projects. View Full Details »

Subscribers only Published: 01 July 2015

Beijing's Air Quality Highlights Environmental Risks

This report provides an independent analysis of the current pollution problems in Beijing. Data sourced from the US Embassy in Beijing show that air quality levels frequently breach the World Health Organization’s recommended standards due to unhealthy concentrations of fine particulate matter (PM2.5) a type of pollution linked to severe health problems. View Full Details »

Published: 20 February 2013

Ice Rush: Making The Arctic Economy Sustainable

Over the past 30 years, scientists have been measuring the melting and freezing of Arctic sea ice. In September 2012, data show a rapid decline in the extent of sea ice during the summer months compared to previous years. View Full Details »

Published: 26 September 2012

ENCORD’s CO2e Protocol Helps Efficiency In Construction

There is increasing pressure on, and momentum within, the construction industry to manage and report carbon emissions on both a project and firm basis. In light of this in May 2012, the European Network of Construction Companies for Research and Development (ENCORD) launched its CO2e Measurement Protocol. View Full Details »

Published: 30 July 2012

Competitive Benchmark Of US Environmental Services Providers (webinar)

The US environmental services market is evolving in response to regulations, demanding industry requirements, resource price volatility and sustainability trends. View Full Details »

Webinar Published: 11 June 2012

IBM Smarter Cities Software Aims To Optimize City Resources

This report helps senior executives within the urban development ecosystem and public sector authorities to understand new products and services that aim to curb the environmental impact of urban communities. On June 6, 2011, IBM publicly launched its Intelligent Operations Center, a software product designed to help city authorities and agencies address the growing pressures on urban systems amidst current resource constraints. View Full Details »

Published: 17 October 2011

NYC Strategy Aims To Catalyse Change Through Stakeholders

This report helps senior executives within the real estate development value chain to understand strategies and business models that aim to curb the environmental impact of urban communities. In April 2011 New York City (NYC) presented an updated version of its sustainability strategy PlaNYC 2030. First launched in 2007, the strategy addresses the four main challenges NYC faces over the next 20 years: ageing infrastructure, growing population, evolving economy, and climate change. View Full Details »

Published: 29 September 2011

Development Funds Prioritize Sustainable City Projects

This report helps senior executives in environmental, engineering, and management services firms to identify sustainable urban development project opportunities. The World Bank estimates that low- and middle-income countries need $1.1 trillion in annual expenditure on infrastructure until 2015, yet funding represents one of the main blockers for the execution of sustainable urban development projects. View Full Details »

Published: 28 July 2011

Defining The Sustainable Urban Development Market

This research helps senior executives in organizations involved in the urban development value chain to understand the sustainable urban development market structure, to identify its prospects and to develop appropriate business strategies. While the number of global sustainable urban development projects has multiplied over the past two years, the private sector is still struggling to find how to uncover market opportunities. View Full Details »

Published: 31 May 2011

Defining The Market For Sustainable Cities (Webinar)

This webinar is designed to help senior executives in technology, power utility, real estate and construction firms understand the initiative level opportunities in sustainable cities. Based on recent Verdantix research and case studies, this webinar defines the sustainable urban development market, clarifies the sector’s prospects based on the current macro-economic context, drivers and barriers, and provides a template of the ecosystem of actors involved. View Full Details »

Webinar Published: 25 May 2011

Songdo IBD Embeds Sustainability In New Top Tier City Project

This report helps senior executives in organizations within the real estate development value chain to understand strategies and business models that aim to curb the environmental impact of urban communities. Since 2001 Gale International and partner POSCO Engineering & Construction have led the development of Songdo Internal Business District (IBD) in South Korea, which aims to become an international economic hub and one of the greenest cities in the world. View Full Details »

Published: 03 May 2011

Amsterdam Pilots Energy Technology Schemes

In 2009 Liander, the Dutch grid operator, partnered with the Amsterdam Innovation Motor (AIM) foundation to explore ways to test new technologies and identify energy efficiency innovations that are commercially viable in Amsterdam. Subsequent partnership with the City of Amsterdam led to the creation of Amsterdam Smart City (ASC) in June 2009. View Full Details »

Published: 24 February 2011

PlanIT Valley Provides New Model For Sustainable City

In June 2009, Living PlanIT, a technology firm that develops innovative and sustainable urban technologies, announced the selection of a 1,670 hectare site in the municipality of Paredes in Portugal as the location of a new sustainable urban development: PlanIT Valley. Through the development, Living PlanIT aims to realize its vision of a replicable model for sustainable urban development, revolutionizing construction and real estate industries. View Full Details »

Published: 16 February 2011

Future View: Dongtan And Masdar Eco-Cities

The municipal governments of Shanghai and Abu Dhabi have launched plans for multi-billion pound eco-cities called Dongtan and Masdar respectively. But do these low carbon city plans really matter in the fight against climate change? This report presents the most recent information on the dimensions of the eco-city plans, their current state of development and assesses their meaning for the transformation of existing cities. View Full Details »

Published: 07 April 2008