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Climate Change Industry Consulting Q4 2020

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  • 472 Pages
  • November 2020
  • Region: Global
  • Environmental Business International
  • ID: 5504559

The Climate Change Markets represent more than 10 years of research on the climate change industry. CCBJ’s estimates put the climate change industry at $300 billion in the United States in 2013 and $1,405 billion worldwide.

With detailed market quantification, annual growth, forecasts, trends and profiles of numerous companies in each segment, this unique report features an introduction and 13 sections devoted to specific segments: Solar Energy Industry, Wind Energy Industry, Bio-energy Industry, Geothermal, Wave & Tidal, Carbon Capture & Storage, Energy Efficiency & Demand Response, Energy Storage, The Green Building Industry, Transportation, Carbon Markets, Climate Change Adaptation, and Climate Change Consulting.

The report contains profiles of various companies that operate within the Climate Change Industry including Abengoa Solar, BrightSource, Skyfuel Inc., Fluor, Bechtel and many more.

This overview presents the definition of the climate change markets and industry and its nine business segments, in addition to a synopsis of the industry’s size, growth trajectory and market drivers. We also take the opportunity to compare the climate change industry to the environmental industry that preceded it. The publisher initiated research into the climate change industry in 2007, more than 20 years after providing a widely adopted definition of the environmental industry. We believe that the evolution of the environmental industry, which the publisher has tracked in detail since 1987, provides valuable precedents for and insights into the climate change industry and the challenges and opportunities it faces.

Climate change is now permanently on the political and policy agenda of world governments. It is now evident that multiple opportunities continue to emerge in the business of mitigating and managing climate change.

Table of Contents

1. Climate Change Consulting
1.1. Acknowledgements
1.1.1. Authors and Sources
1.1.2. Market Research Method
1.1.3. Survey Instruments
1.1.4. Disclaimer
1.1.5. Copyright
1.2. Overview of the Climate Change Industry
1.2.1. Climate Change Industry Definition and Context
1.2.2. Why the Climate Change Industry?
1.3. Definition of the Climate Change Industry
1.3.1. Definition of the Environmental Industry
1.3.2. The Climate Change Industry
1.3.3. Business Overview of the Climate Change Industry
1.3.4. Economic Comparison with Environmental Industry
1.3.5. Conclusion
1.4. Climate Change Consulting
1.4.1. Climate Change Consulting Market Data Overview 2020
1.4.2. Redefining Climate Change Consulting for the 2020s
1.4.3. Adaptation Services Group Says Citizens Will Demand and Pay For Adaptation As They See Impacts Mount
1.4.4. American Society of Adaptation Professionals Thrives With New Members & Funders, More Interest From Private Sector
1.4.5. Four Twenty Seven Receives Majority Investment from Moody’s Corporation
1.4.6. Moody’s Acquires Vigeo Eiris, a Global Leader in ESG Assessments
1.4.7. MSCI and Carbon Delta
1.4.8. Global Sustainability Pioneer Anthesis Sees Climate Change Affecting Corporate Strategies in Wide Range of Industries
1.4.9. Center for Climate and Energy Solutions: Tax Credit Will Breathe New Life Into Carbon Capture - If the IRS Completes a Guidance on 45Q Soon
1.4.10. The Cross Dependency Initiative (XDI) Expands Australian Climate Risk Business to North America, UK and Europe
1.4.11. ISO 14090: International Framework Standard on Climate Change Adaptation
1.4.12. Climate Change Rapidly Moving Up The Priority List of Investors and Corporations Says Asset Manager DWS
1.4.13. LimnoTech: Generators and Industrials Move Ahead With Cooling Water Compliance, With Many Feeling Pressure From Investors, Stakeholders
1.4.14. Ramboll: New Tools Streamline Climate Risks Assessments As DemandGrows From Lenders, Investors And Insurers
1.4.15. Weston & Sampson: Resilient Design Standards and Agency Mandates Drive Climate Change Business
1.4.16. Massachusetts Funds Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Program
1.4.17. The Risk Institute at the Ohio State University Traces Increasing Vulnerability To Micro Weather Events
1.5. Climate Change Consulting Overview 2018
1.5.1. Four Twenty Seven: TCFD is Moving the Market
1.5.2. Task Force On Climate-Related Financial Disclosures
1.5.3. Natural Disasters Cost $160 Billion in 2018
1.5.4. Munich Re Disaster Report on 2018
1.5.5. Risks of the Circular Economy Model
1.5.6. Climate Resilience Consulting Trends in 2019
1.5.7. Renewables Penetration to Exceed Forecasts
1.5.8. 2019 U.S. Short-Term Energy Outlook
1.5.9. Economist Says "Green Growth" Is an Illusion
1.5.10. Climate and High GDP Growth Cannot Co-Exist
1.5.11. Academic and Practical History of the Green GDP
1.5.12. World Happiness Report 2018
1.5.13. California Energy Commission Acts in Federal Neglect
1.5.14. PG&E: The First Climate Change Bankruptcy
1.5.15. Climate Justice Emerging as a Social Issue
1.5.16. KPMG: Impact of Climate Change in Africa
1.6. Carbon Tax
1.6.1. Carbon Tax ITIF Report
1.6.2. Insight on Carbon Tax
1.6.3. Climate Leadership Council and the Carbon Dividends Plan
1.7. Climate Change Consulting Overview 2017
1.7.1. Low-Carbon and Resilient Transportation
1.7.2. Growth in Utility Solar
1.7.3. Resilience a Driver for Water, Stormwater, and Wastewater
1.7.4. Power Utilities on the Low-Carbon Course
1.7.5. Director & Investor Trends in ESG
1.7.6. Climate Concerns for U.S. Water Utilities
1.7.7. Implementing the Paris Agreement
1.8. Climate Change Consulting Overview 2015
1.9. Climate Change Consulting Overview 2013
1.9.1. Market Feature: Scope 3 Emissions Accounting
1.10. Climate Change Consulting Overview 2009
1.11. Early Strategy for Consultants
1.11.1. C&E Firms in Leading Role in Climate Change
1.11.2. Top Early Competitors in the C&E Field
1.11.3. TRC and ENVIRON Label Top Client Areas
1.11.4. Market Feature: Climate Change and Sustainability
1.11.5. Market Feature: Sustainability & GHG and Scope 3 Reporting
1.11.6. Market Feature: Ecosystem Services & Natural Capital
1.11.7. Market Feature: Targeting the Top Industries
1.11.8. GHG Consulting for the Oil & Gas Industry
1.11.9. GHG Consulting for the Mining Industry
1.11.10. Market Feature: Carbon Footprints
1.11.11. Market Feature: Supply Chain Analysis
1.12. Renewable Energy Consulting & Engineering: Solar Engineering
1.13. Renewable Energy Consulting & Engineering: Wind Engineering
1.13.1. Wind Industry Experiences a Good Year in 2019
1.13.2. 1950-2050: A Century of U.S. Electricity Generation Trends
1.13.3. 2000-2020: Two Decades of Renewable Electricity Penetration
1.13.4. The On-Shore Wind Industry Faces Maturing Stages of Consolidation in Turbine Manufacturing in the 2020s
1.13.5. Top 10 EPC Companies in U.S. Solar & Wind in 2019
1.14. Climate Change Consultants Services Review
1.15. C&E Profiles: 2008-2020
1.15.1. Acclimatise
1.15.2. CLIMsystems
1.15.3. AECOM
1.15.4. RETTEW
1.15.5. Carollo
1.15.6. GZA GeoEnvironmental
1.15.7. Climate Action Business Association
1.15.8. Perkins+Will
1.15.9. Resilinc
1.15.10. CalPERS
1.15.11. Carbon Tracker Initiative
1.15.12. Calthorpe Associates
1.15.13. EcoLab
1.15.14. StatWeather
1.15.15. The Climate Group
1.15.16. Haley & Aldrich
1.15.17. Great Ecology
1.15.18. Stantec
1.15.19. Four Twenty Seven in 2013
1.15.20. E2 ManageTech
1.15.21. ARCADIS
1.15.22. Antea Group
1.15.23. Anthesis Group
1.15.24. Measurabl
1.15.25. Trinity Consultants
1.15.26. Environmental Resources Management
1.15.27. Siemens: Building Performance and Sustainability
1.15.28. Schneider Electric
1.15.29. Black & Veatch, Mining, Oil & Gas
1.15.30. Golder Associates: Mining Industry
1.15.31. KEMA
1.15.32. Synapse Energy Economics
1.15.33. Cambridge Systematics
1.15.34. SAIC
1.15.35. ICF International
1.15.36. ERM
1.15.37. Stratus Consulting
1.15.38. Eastern Research
1.15.39. ENVIRON’s Carbon Management Practice
1.15.40. Jacques Whitford (Stantec)
1.15.41. EORM
1.15.42. Q&A With ICF
1.15.43. Golder Associates
1.15.44. Fluor Corp
1.15.45. WorleyParsons
1.15.46. ENVIRON’s GHG Focus
1.15.47. CDM
1.15.48. AECOM Technology Corp in 2009
1.15.49. Burns & McDonnell
1.15.50. O’Brien & Gere
1.15.51. Ecology & Environment Inc. (now WSP)
1.15.52. MWH Global (now Stantec)
1.15.53. Q&A with Wright-Pierce
1.15.54. Q&A with CH2M Hill
1.15.55. Q&A with Chambers Group
1.15.56. Q&A with Cameron-Cole
1.15.57. Q&A with Black & Veatch
1.16. 2019 C&E Profiles and Q&As
1.16.1. Rincon’s CAPDash Software Streamlines Tracking GHG Emission Reductions, Provides Instant Updates
1.16.2. ERM Makes Catalytic Acquisitions: BrownFlynn and SustainAbility
1.16.3. Mabbett Expands in Europe with Low-Carbon Expertise
1.16.4. EA Engineering, Science, and Technology Finds a Growing Base of Business in Coastal Resilience
1.16.5. EcoVadis Provides Sustainability Ratings
1.16.6. LevelTen Uses Data Science to Match Buyers and Sellers of Renewable Energy While Streamlining Procurement Process
1.16.7. Black & Veatch Co-Develops Innovation In Sustainable Infrastructure Via Growth Accelerator Program
1.16.8. BrainBox AI Uses HVAC Modulation Technology to Reduce Buildings’ Energy Spend By Up To 30 Percent
1.16.9. Environmental Consulting & Technology Takes Leadership in Green Stormwater Infrastructure
1.17. Financial Ratings & Risk Management Firms In Climate Change Consulting
1.17.1. Moody’s Expands Capabilities In ESG Space With Key Acquisitions and Expanded Services in Analytics
1.17.2. Four Twenty Seven Receives Majority Investment from Moody’s Corporation
1.17.3. Moody’s Acquires Vigeo Eiris, a Global Leader in ESG Assessments
1.18. Professional Services Firms In Climate Change Consulting
1.18.1. Big Four Accounting Firms Take Leadership Role With the Largest Corporations
1.18.2. Accounting Firm: PricewaterhouseCoopers
1.18.3. Accounting Firm: Deloitte 2012
1.18.4. Accounting Firm: Deloitte 2010
1.18.5. Accounting Firm: Ernst & Young
1.18.6. Ernst & Young: Sustainability Practice
1.18.7. Accounting Firm: KPMG
1.18.8. Insurance Providers: Lloyd’s and SwissRE
1.18.9. Management Consultant: Oliver Wyman
1.18.10. Management Consultant: McKinsey
1.18.11. Management Consultant: Booz & Company
1.18.12. Management Consulting: Brattle Group
1.18.13. Info-based Management Consulting: IHS
1.18.14. Management Consulting: Navigant Consulting
1.18.15. Management Consulting: PA Consulting
1.18.16. Management Consulting: AEA Group
1.18.17. Specialist Consulting: First Carbon Solutions
1.18.18. Financial Consulting Firm: CP Energy
1.18.19. Specialty Firm: Enterprise Carbon Accounting
1.18.20. Utility Consulting: Huron Consulting Group
1.18.21. Specialist Consultant: Irbaris
1.19. Law Firms and Climate Change Practices
1.19.1. Law Firm: Mintz Levin
1.19.2. Law Firm: Hogan Lovells
1.19.3. Law Firm: Van Ness Feldman
1.19.4. Law Firm: Holland & Knight
1.19.5. Law Firm: Hogan & Hartson
1.19.6. Law Firm: Stoel Rives
1.19.7. Law Firm: Balch & Bingham
1.19.8. Law Firm: Baker & McKenzie
1.19.9. Law Firm Q&A: Bryan Cave
1.19.10. Law Firm: B&D Consulting, a division of Baker & Daniels
1.19.11. Financial Profile: Merrill Lynch
1.20. Competitive Review from Verdantix
1.21. CCBJ’s Climate Change Consulting Survey 2008 & 2010