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

Researchers launch project to make car fuel and plastics from thin air

University researchers are working on an innovative £1.4 million project that could convert carbon dioxide from the air into car fuel and plastics.

Carmakers team up to develop low carbon vehicles

Three global car manufacturers have announced a joint initiative to speed up the development of low carbon and electric vehicles.

Europe to debate product-specific targets for electronic and electrical waste

The European Commission is to consider product-specific collection targets for waste electronic and electrical equipment by the end of 2011.

EU issues draft guidance on use of chemicals in green products

The European Commission has issued draft guidance on using chemicals in products carrying the EU ‘Flower’ ecolabel, following a recent meeting of the European ecolabelling board with key stakeholders.

Carbon Trust pilots to slash asphalt industry’s carbon footprint by 39%

The Carbon Trust is to launch a series of pilot projects to develop the market for low temperature asphalt, to help slash the carbon emissions by the UK’s asphalt industry and cut traffic delays.

Free Waste Management courses for Cheshire and Merseyside businesses

Groundwork Cheshire and Groundwork Merseyside are launching a new series of free, Chartered Institute of Waste Management (CIWM) certified Waste Management courses for businesses

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Greater Manchester’s green industries grow despite recession

Greater Manchester’s environmental, low carbon and renewable energy sectors grew by over four per cent from 2007/08 to 2008/09, according to a new report.

New incentives launched to help businesses cut emissions

Two major incentive schemes launched on 1 April, to help UK businesses save money on fuel bills, reduce carbon emissions and generate their own, low carbon electricity.

Rural Carbon Challenge Fund launched

The Rural Carbon Challenge Fund, a £4 million initiative to support renewable technology developments in the rural North West, is now open for applications.