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

University of Liverpool to divest from fossil fuels

The University of Liverpool has joined a growing number of institutions to sell all its holdings in fossil fuel companies as part of a new ethical investment policy.

Event: What can your business do to reduce plastic waste?

The University of Manchester and the UK Circular Plastics Network will host a breakfast event on plastic waste on 18 September, aimed at firms which design, make, use, re-use, or recycle plastics.

‘Smart finance’ the future for energy saving

Innovative finance methods such as ‘Energy as a Service’ are enabling manufacturers to invest in energy saving measures without the need to commit capital, according to Siemens.

Blackout a reminder to be energy resilient

Nearly a million people were left without power across the country on 9 August after two major power generators went offline, causing mayhem to businesses and transport networks.

National waste to hydrogen roll-out to start in Cheshire

Industry partners have agreed to collaborate on a network of 11 facilities across the UK to convert unrecyclable plastic waste into clean transport fuel, starting in Cheshire.

Funding doubled for on-street car charging

The government has announced an additional £2.5 million to fund electric car chargepoints on residential streets, with demand for new and used electric and hybrid cars continuing to grow.

Zero emissions ‘impossible’ without hydrogen, says alliance

The North West Hydrogen Alliance, a partnership of companies, local leaders and academic experts, is calling for government investment to support a major industry cluster in the region.

Have your say on our future food system

The government has opened a public consultation into the future of food as part of a plans for a ‘radical shake-up’ of the UK food industry.

Landmark report on climate impact of food and land use

Top scientists are urging governments to radically alter policies on food and land use, warning that land degradation, intensive farming and modern diets are pushing the climate into a downward spiral.

Sustainable procurement embedded in multi arts venue

HOME, a celebrated centre for art, theatre and film in Manchester, has boosted its impressive environmental credentials by working with advisors to improve sustainability in its supply chain.