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

Supermarkets up their game on plastic

Waitrose has launched a £1 million competition for projects to tackle plastic pollution, while M&S has unveiled plans to take back waste plastic and turn it into playground equipment.

Global waste-free shopping platform launched

A coalition of some of the world’s largest consumer product companies have launched Loop, a ‘first-of-its-kind’ shopping system designed to offer consumers circular, zero-waste, refillable packaging.

Energy efficiency continues to lead UK green economy

The latest estimates of the size of the UK’s low carbon and renewable energy economy show that energy efficiency continues to be the biggest sector, but renewable heat is the fastest growing.

Electricity supplier launches demand response offer

One of the UK’s largest business electricity suppliers has become the latest to offer customers a way to trade power they produce and optimise their operations to help balance the grid.

Event: Go Electric! Experience Electric Vehicles

Transport for Greater Manchester and the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce are hosting a free workshop on 6 March with the opportunity to drive the latest electric cars and vans.

How does Greater Manchester’s Clean Air Plan compare?

An emissions charging zone for commercial vehicles is being mooted by Greater Manchester officials, but how would that compare with plans being put forward by other English cities?

Cheshire energy district gets £200k for smart grid project

A cluster of energy-related industries in Cheshire has secured funding to deliver the UK’s ‘first major industry-backed local energy system’ in the industrial heartland of Ellesmere Port.

Companies urged to ‘act now’ on climate risk

A global survey of 1,000 experts places environmental degradation as “the long-term risk that defines our age”, with firms urged to develop strategies to cope with worsening climate change.

World only reuses 9% of materials

A new report launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos suggests that circular business strategies could ‘tip the balance’ against climate change, but the circularity ‘gap’ is widening.

Do you use chemicals from the EU?

Companies that manufacture or import chemicals from the EU need to take action now to maintain environmental compliance in the event of a no deal Brexit, the government says.