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

Man City aiming for energy self-sufficiency

Following the announcement of a new corporate partnership with an energy storage specialist, Manchester City FC has revealed the progress it has made to date to reduce energy use.

Event: ECOSTAR Launch Event

A new European support programme for ‘nature-based’ start-ups that focus on products or services with a positive impact on the environment will be launched in Manchester on 15 June 2017.

Tesco ‘moving markets’ with new carbon targets

Supermarket giant Tesco has become the first corporate in the world to commit to carbon reduction targets modelled on 1.5 degrees of global warming and aims to bring suppliers with it.

Green roofs and living walls – Green Infrastructure guide launched

The UK’s biggest online database of information on Green Infrastructure has been published, including case studies, guidance and funding for green space projects.

Construction firm achieves sustainable procurement world-first

International infrastructure firm Balfour Beatty has become the first company to achieve the ISO20400 standard for sustainable procurement, with many more expected to follow.

MediaCityUK achieving £850k annual energy savings

MediaCityUK, the home of BBC North and ITV, has built its own bespoke energy management and tenant engagement programmes to improve sustainability.

Sustainable textiles moves up the agenda

A new global initiative has been launched to build a ‘circular economy for textiles’, with a separate cross-industry project announced to promote sustainable cotton.

Worst packaging offenders revealed

The Recycling Association has named and shamed some of the most difficult to recycle examples of packaging on the market, a day after a $2 million fund was launched for better packaging.

‘Dating site’ for safer chemicals launched

A new online service has been launched to help businesses find environmentally-sound alternatives to the hazardous chemicals used in their products and processes.

Region’s wind power a major win for LEGO

The world’s largest wind turbines have been successfully installed in Liverpool Bay, helping toy manufacturer LEGO hit its renewable energy target three years early.