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EBJ Vol XXIII No 01: Executive Review and EBJ Business Achievement Awards

Profiles of over 40 award-winning environmental companies, M&As, technologies and projects are presented as EBJ presents its 11th annual awards in the environmental industry. Detailed Q&As with top executives from OP-TECH, Phylmar, Hart & Hickman, Bureau Veritas, MWH Global and a feature on opportunities in utility markets.

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EBJ Vol XXIII No 02: Selling Sustainability

Pressure from investors, social media and regulators keeps sustainability initiatives on track despite the tough economy. Consultants report, however, that metrics are key for ongoing commitment. Whether it's a corporate ethic, an over-arching theme for all services offered by environmental companies or a dedicated practice area, sustainability is on all radar screens. This issue features profiles of DOMANI, Arup, Kanal Mott McDonald Golder and GreenOrder and features on Green Business taking shape and CH2M HILL's vision that water issues hold the key to global sustainability.

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EBJ Vol XXIII No 03: Remediation & Redevelopment

Remediation Overview: The remediation market was flat in 2009, as federal projects and backlog held off the downturn for a number of remediation contractors. Projects and practices are turning green with growing consciousness regarding energy costs and sustainability in the market. Struggling brownfields redevelopment markets seek connection with economic stimulus priorities.

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DownloadEBJ-Mar-2010_extra.zip
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Corporate Subscribers only - containing EBJ Vol XXIII No 03, plus a spreadsheet presenting the summary of Environmental Business Journal´s Remediation Survey results.

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EBJ Vol XXIII No 04: Green Planning

A snapshot of the planning business, new opportunities developing in master planning and the implementation projects that ensue, and the companies that compete in the green and sustainable planning business.

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EBJ Vol XXIII No 05: Renewable Energy

An analysis of the renewable energy business in the United States in 2010 with an emphasis on opportunities across the supply chain for consulting engineers and contractors. The $36-billion clean energy systems & power sector, encompassing equipment, power sales and service revenues in wind, solar, geothermal and biomass grew 14% in 2009, almost 12 percentage points better than any other environmental industry segment.

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DownloadEBJ-May-2010_extra.zip
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Corporate Subscribers only - containing EBJ Vol XXIII No 05, plus tables for charts and data referenced in the EBJ issue including interim U.S. Environmental Industry 2009 figures, U.S. Climate Change Industry 2009 figures, and details on renewable energy consulting & engineering and climate change consulting markets.

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EBJ Vol XXIII No 06: Environmental Information

Environmental software vendors have evolved into solutions services firms as the environmental information market changes almost at the pace of information technology. Venture investment, M&As and growth persist in environmental information through the recession, largely fueled by the burgeoning market for carbon/greenhous gas systems or enterprise carbon accounting (ECA). EHS software vendors, IT firms, environmental consultants, energy management and accounting firms all compete in the dynamic market to provide information management solutions to corporations and government.

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DownloadEBJ-Jul-Aug-2010.zip
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EBJ Vol XXIII No 07 & 08: Environmental Industry Overview

EBJ presents its annual statistical breakdown on the 14 segments of the U.S. environmental industry with 2008 and 2009 revenues and growth. Survey results, survey opinions and interviews with executives identify growth areas in client categories and services, and the key challenges environmental industry executives face in the market today. A general segment overview is followed by dedicated reviews of the environmental testing, hazardous waste management and recycling/resource recovery segments. Features include a report on the BP oil spill cleanup and its possible impacts on the industry.

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Corporate Subscribers only - containing EBJ Vol XXIII No 07 and 08 double issue, plus 2010 data set for environmental industry overview.

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EBJ Vol XXIII No 09: Environmental Consulting & Engineering Market Review

EBJ's annual census of the U.S. environmental consulting & engineering industry reveals an almost 4% decline in market size in 2009. Private markets were hardest hit, lead by property developers and domestic manufacturing, but federal markets showed some growth as stimulus funded projects benefited a number of firms. In spite of declining markets, environmental consulting firms in general maintained their profitability much better than in previous cycles, mostly as a result of personnel management tactics. M&A activity has picked up in 2010 and EBJ lists some signature deals and the strategic rationale behind them, with a discussion of deal and valuation drivers from industry experts. EBJ also lists the top 50 U.S. environmental consulting & engineering firms and profiles some firms outpacing the market.

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Corporate Subscribers only - containing EBJ Vol XXIII No 09, plus C&E data set for environmental consulting & engineering market review.

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EBJ Vol XXIII No 10: Energy Efficiency

The $50-billion U.S. energy efficiency business is mostly equipment and systems, but services and specialty markets like smart grid and demand response applications and are a more repidly growing component that will exceed $10 billion in 2010. Federal stimulus and other efforts to open up financing have sustained growth thorugh the economic cycle and Energy Service Companies (ESCOs), Energy Service Providers and Consulting engineering firms with EE/DR practices all compete at various levels of the market.Exhibits include market size from 2000-2010, market segments in 6 subsegments in 2008-2009 and results of an EBJ survey forecasting growth and rating client segments.

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DownloadEBJ-Oct-2010_extra.zip
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Corporate Subscribers only - containing EBJ Vol XXIII No 10, plus data set for the 2009 Energy Efficiency & Demand Response Industry issue of Climate Change Business Journal.

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EBJ Vol XXIII No 11: Water & Wastewater

The $127-billion U.S. water industry grows through the recession as rate increases sustain the municipal infrastructure but equipment sales decline in 2009 as capital spending budgets are impacted. Consulting & engineering firms mostly find water/wastewater markets remain stable, outpacing slump in some other practice areas. Global markets expect more growth in water but experts warn that a major funding gap still exists in the USA and other developed markets for water markets and service and technology vendors to reach their potential.

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DownloadEBJ-Nov-2010_extra.zip
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Corporate Subscribers only - containing EBJ Vol XXIII No 11, plus Exhibits and data set for the U.S. Water/Wastewater industry.

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Corporate Subscribers only - containing text from all the weekly news emails sent on Wednesdays throughout the year 2010.

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DownloadEBJ-Dec-2010.zip
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EBJ Vol XXIII No 12: Executive Review and 2010 EBJ Business Achievement Awards

EBJ's annual feature edition listing the 2010 EBJ Business Achievement Awards and Q&As with key senior executives in the environmental industry.

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