What are the requirements for compensation?
A publicly-traded company is only required to disclose information concerning the amount and type of compensation paid to its CEO, CFO, and the three other most highly compensated executive officers in a given year. Information about compensation for these individuals may be unavailable in prior years if they were not in their current roles or did not qualify as among the most highly compensated officers at the time.
Who is H John Mye’s current employer?
Ecology and Environment, Inc., (EEI) was incorporated in February 1970. The Company is a broad-based environmental consulting firm whose underlying philosophy is to provide professional services worldwide so that sustainable economic and human development might proceed with minimum negative impact on the environment. The Company has rendered consulting services to commercial and government clients in different of service sectors, such as the Energy, Electric Transmission, Pipelines, Offshore Energy, Wind Energy, Solar Energy, Geothermal Energy, Nuclear Energy and Carbon Capture and Sequestration. The Company conceives and designs environmental restoration projects that restore affected habitat through the efficient and innovative integration of biological and engineering solutions. EEI seeks to take actions against greenhouse gases (GHGs), global warming, and climate change, both within its internal operations and throughout its line of associated services. The Company's approach to addressing these issues applies to different organizations, including corporations, government agencies, colleges and universities, school districts, offices buildings, healthcare facilities, military bases, hotels, high-end homes, retail stores, and the hospitality/tourism industry. The Company's staff is comprised of individuals representing 85 scientific, engineering, health, and social disciplines working together in multidisciplinary teams to provide innovative environmental solutions. The Company has completed more than 50,000 projects for a variety of clients in 113 countries, providing environmental solutions in nearly every ecosystem on the planet. EEI supports projects involving oil and gas exploration and production; subsea pipelines; deepwater oil ports; liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals; and, most recently, projects involving components of offshore wind, wave, current, and tidal power subsea electrical transmission. EEI has conducted hazardous waste site evaluations throughout the United States, providing site investigation, engineering design, and operation and maintenance for a range of industrial and governmental clients.