Any error referencing an "environment handle" is almost always related to the ODBC/.NET driver installation on the local client. No error being returned from the server itself in this case (i.e. the stored proc itself is not throwing an error but rather the local client interface requesting the call).
I've seen this if folks have more than one version of the Informix ODBC driver installed (i.e. 2.9 and 3.5/3.7 installed over the top) - Informix is really, really twitchy about it's client configurations, using old school path appends to find it's bins and can easily get confused pulling the wrong bin files than the version being loaded.
If you've recently installed an updated version or the like (or even if you haven't) I'd recommend unisntalling all versions of the IBM Informix client SDK (ODBC driver) and install a fresh copy of the 3.5 or 3.7 off the site:
Did you ever get an answer to this I am having exactly the same issue and I have tried installing the drivers on a new machine and un-installed and re-installed quite a few times now and I still get the same error.
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