E & E works with multinational corporations, multilateral organizations, and foreign governments to develop environmental solutions around the world. Wherever our projects take us, E & E's global network of specialists understand local issues and needs, including cultural, political, economic, operational, and legal factors that influence the solution to a given environmental problem.
Whether helping a developing nation balance institutional and infrastructure growth with environmental conservation and sustainability, or conceiving a water quality decision support system for one of the world's fastest-growing industrial cities, we integrate ecological and socioeconomic concerns on both a regional and multinational scale.
E & E’s Washington DC office maintains close ties to many multinational institutions based in the US while our subsidiaries/affiliates in over 17 locations around the world provide strategic in-country support for international projects.
- EIA to Satisfy International Lenders
- Institutional Development & Strengthening
- Risk Analysis
- Engineering Design/Construction
- Water Supply, Wastewater Treatment, & Solid Waste Management
- Evaluation/Remediation of Solid & Hazardous Waste Sites
- Natural Resource Damage Assessment
- Cultural Resource Investigations & Management
- Financial Analysis & Development of Computerized Financial Planning Models
- Advice on Tariff-Setting & Public Utilities Pricing
- Training for Agency Staff Members
Under a multisite technical services program with CABGOC, E & E provided qualified ESHIA facilitator (QEF) services for the environmental, social and health impact assessment (ESHIA) screening and scoping processes for several projects in Block “0,” offshore from Cabinda Province, Republic of Angola, southwestern Africa.
Under a RESPOND (response and capacity-building) contract of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), E & E is providing technical services to support building local capacities to respond to pandemic and zoonotic disease outbreaks in the Congo Basin, the Amazon Basin, India, and Southeast Asia.
E & E subsidiary Walsh Peru prepared two environmental and social impact assessments (ESIAs) and the sustainable development strategy (SDS) for ConocoPhillips’ planned two-dimensional seismic survey in Blocks 129, 123 and 124.
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