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

How Microsoft could be ‘carbon negative’ by 2030

Microsoft has announced one of the most ambitious corporate environmental programmes to date with a vision for ‘negative’ emissions that will ultimately remove all the carbon it has ever emitted.

Packaging firm digs deep for trees initiative

Manchester-headquartered packaging manufacturer Duo UK has planted 500 trees with charity City of Trees to support its pledge to meet Greater Manchester’s 2038 carbon neutral target.

Looking back on 2019

Thank you for reading Green Intelligence during 2019! In 2020 we will be moving to a new monthly format starting at the end of January. In the meantime, here’s a recap of 2019…

Entrepreneur designs floor mat from waste tyres

An entrepreneurial academic from the University of Manchester has created a prototype product, enhanced with the wonder material graphene, which could help to recycle tonnes of unwanted tyres.

Tesco to begin measuring sustainability by basket

The environmental impact of some of the UK’s most popular foods will be measured and tracked for the first time thanks to a ground-breaking new scheme launched by Tesco and WWF.

PM promises ‘far-reaching environmental programme’

Following a landslide election victory, Boris Johnson is expected to move quickly to complete the UK’s withdrawal from the EU before turning to other priorities, with the environment high on the agenda.

National award for university ‘carbon literacy’ scheme

A voluntary carbon literacy course set up at Manchester Metropolitan University to help staff and students understand climate change has been recognised for a prestigious education award.

Manchester to accelerate zero carbon partnerships

Manchester City Council plans to recruit more leading organisations and businesses to its Climate Change Partnership in 2020 to accelerate progress on meeting its carbon reduction targets.

UK business a ‘poster child’ for sustainability goals

According to a survey by HSBC, more than a third of UK companies think they can play a significant role in delivering the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals - the highest rate in Europe.

Electric fleet campaign launched

A new campaign is underway to support businesses looking to switch their fleets to electric vehicles, including a mapping tool that helps firms understand the incentives in place in different areas.