Our News Library lists all the Green Intelligence articles that ENWORKS has published since September 2009.

Online net zero tools launched by Chambers of Commerce

The Chambers of Commerce and O2 have launched a free online hub offering tools and guidance for cutting emissions after finding that carbon footprints are still a ‘mystery’ to 91% of small businesses.

More funding for social housing as Tenants’ Climate Jury launches

The government has announced a new £160 million cash injection to enhance the energy efficiency of social housing, just as a first-of-its-kind Tenants’ Climate Jury gets underway in northern England.

A quick-fire guide to ‘Scope 3’ emissions

Claire Scott breaks down what is meant by ‘Scope 3’ greenhouse gas emissions, why they are important and how SMEs can begin to measure them as part of their carbon footprint.

Manufacturing, retail and tech firms urged to take climate steps

The government’s Net Zero Business Champion has written to the UK’s manufacturing, retail and technology sectors about the specific steps they can take to fight climate change.

Always thinking ahead: In Conversation with ISM Waste

Peter Allen, Director of Bury-based waste management firm ISM Waste, shares his thoughts about the future of waste and how ISM has always kept ahead of the environmental agenda.

Sobering IPCC climate report a ‘huge wake-up call’

The latest landmark scientific report on climate change has concluded that some catastrophic changes are already set in motion, but sustained cuts in carbon emissions will limit the worst effects.

Government publishes long-awaited Hydrogen Strategy

The UK’s first-ever Hydrogen Strategy sets out plans for supporting a world-leading hydrogen energy economy in areas like Greater Manchester, although some elements have proved controversial.

Feedback sought on plans for Bolton green innovation centre

Plans to turn a business park in Bolton into an environmental centre of excellence are picking up pace, with local businesses being asked to take part in a survey to learn how they could benefit.

How to be a ‘net zero ready’ supplier

Clare Fallon explains why supply chain sustainability is a vital part of any net zero strategy and how SMEs can cement their place as a supplier of choice for increasingly climate-conscious customers.

Greater Manchester Retrofit Skills Hub to train 1,000 people

Greater Manchester has launched a £1.1 million training academy dedicated to educating over a thousand people in building retrofit to help meet the city region’s 2038 carbon neutral target.