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Green highlights from the new Industrial Strategy

The government has revealed the full details of its Industrial Strategy to boost growth and productivity, naming clean growth as one of four key ‘Grand Challenges’ for the economy.

Looking back on 2017

Thank you for reading Green Intelligence during 2017! Our next newsletter will be in your inbox on 10 January 2018. In the meantime, here’s a recap of the biggest stories of the year…

Green highlights from 2017 Autumn Budget

Despite being overshadowed by Brexit, growth forecasts, housing, and the NHS, there were a few important green announcements in the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget.

UK will have new green standards body after Brexit

The government has revealed plans for a new statutory body for upholding environmental standards that will have powers to enforce laws post-Brexit and ‘hold the powerful to account’.

Clean air plans could affect 1.5m small firms

Forthcoming Clean Air Zones in towns and cities currently breaching air quality limits - including seven in the North West - could disproportionately affect small businesses, according to the FSB.

Property management firm caught out by waste crime

A Cheshire company has been fined £5,000 after its waste was illegally dumped by a third party without its knowledge - highlighting the need for firms to properly check their waste carrier.

Tidal power on the Mersey?

A previously-shelved proposal to build a tidal power station on the River Mersey has been re-launched by Liverpool mayor Steve Rotherham.

University suppliers celebrated for responsible practices

The University of Manchester has held its first ever awards ceremony to recognise suppliers taking action to be more sustainable - highlighting two Manchester SMEs for ‘outstanding demonstration’.

How Manchester Met became the UK’s greenest university

Manchester Metropolitan University has been named the UK’s top university for environmental and ethical performance, making it the fifth consecutive year it has been in the top three.

Kellogg’s starts clean power drive from Manchester

Kellogg’s has become the latest major corporation to set a target for using 100 per cent renewable electricity, having already achieved the feat at its headquarters in Manchester.