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EBJ Vol XXII No 01: Executive Review and EBJ

Business Achievement Awards - A listing of 40+ award winners provides a view into what it takes to compete in environmental markets. Q&As with top executives reflect current market trends and management challenges.

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EBJ Vol XXII No 02: Natural Resource Management Markets

Natural resource projects accoutn for a growing 6.3% portion of the $27-billion environmental consulting business. This edition presents key growth categories, profiles of leading firms, market sizes and a ranking of the top 20 NRM C&E firms.

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EBJ Vol XXII No 03: Sustainability & Corporate Social Responsibility

Sustainability comes of age in the $27-billion  environmental consulting business as many industry sectors embrace more than just the conceot and execute CSR strategy.

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EBJ Vol XXII No 04: Instruments & Information Overview

Complete assessment of the $5.5 billion environmental Instruments & Information segment including lab instruments, monitoring devices and software and environmental information systems.

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DownloadEBJ-May-2009.zip
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EBJ Vol XXII No 05: Global Markets in the Environmental Industry in 2009 - Focus on Europe & the Middle East

Interviews with executives developing environmental business across Europe and the Middle East augment EBJ survey rankings of top markets. Features on the REACH chemical regulations, Masdar City and profiles of key markets in the UK, Saudi Arabia and Poland and a feature on the global water market.

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DownloadEBJ-Jun-2009.zip
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EBJ Vol XXII No 06: Global Markets in the Environmental Industry in 2009 - Focus on Asia

Interviews with executives developing environmental business across Asia augment EBJ survey rankings of top markets. Profiles of key markets in India, China, Australia and Malaysia.

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DownloadEBJ-Jul-2009.zip
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EBJ Vol XXII No 07: Environmental Industry Overview 2009

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.

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EBJ Vol XXII No 08: Environmental Testing Labs & Hazardous Waste Management Market Profiles

A detailed look at two key environmental industry service segments and the Resource Recovery segment.

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EBJ Vol XXII No 09: Energy Markets for Environmental Consulting & Engineering Firms

A detailed look at traditional and emerging markets in energy related markets varying from demand from utilities, oil & gas and petroleum companies to the nuclear renaissance, energy efficency, renewable energy and the clean power infrastructure.

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EBJ Vol XXII No 10: Environmental Consulting & Engineering Market

Issue on the environmental consulting & engineering market since the economic crisis and how firms are adjusting featuring market size and forecast updates on the $27 billion U.S. environmental C&E industry.

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EBJ Vol XXII No 11: Air Quality Markets

Issue on air quality markets for APC equipment manufacturers and air quality practices at environmental consulting & engineering market.

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EBJ Vol XXII No 12: The Water/Wastewater Industry

Steady demand in municipal and industrial waste and wastewater markets provide a cotrast to falling demand in economic hard times in most industrial and concumer sectors. The $124-billion U.S. water industry and its eight segments is characterized.

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