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

Rochdale manufacturer up for major green award

Door maker Crystal Doors is the only small manufacturer to be shortlisted for the sustainability prize at The Manufacturer MX Awards - the UK’s largest manufacturing awards scheme.

Over half of firms increasing green spend

According to a survey of more than 2,500 businesses, 57% are planning to increase expenditure on sustainability, with separate research putting the figure as high as two thirds for manufacturers.

Government confirms packaging shake-up

Following consultation, government has confirmed it will update packaging regulations to ensure firms pay full waste recovery costs, and set rules for consistent recycling collections across the country.

Campaign launched to put energy ‘front of mind’

Energy management giant Schneider Electric UK has launched a ‘Rethink Energy’ initiative to change business, consumer and government attitudes to energy waste.

Green highlights: Boris Johnson’s cabinet reshuffle

Boris Johnson started his tenure as Prime Minister by reaffirming climate change targets set under Theresa May, but signalled a new approach by bringing in a raft of new cabinet members.

University named UK’s second greenest

Manchester Metropolitan has maintained its position in the top three most sustainable UK universities for the sixth time in a row, having been recognised for ongoing work to cut carbon emissions.

National ‘Love Water’ campaign launched

Businesses and the public are being asked to help protect the UK’s water resources for future generations as part of a major campaign launched by more than 40 stakeholder organisations.

Liverpool pitches ‘Green City Deal’

The mayor of Liverpool has submitted a bid to new Prime Minister Boris Johnson for £230 million to tackle climate change and boost the economy post-Brexit.

July was warmest month on record

Scientists have revealed that July 2019 was the warmest month ever recorded worldwide, with the European heatwave that swept the UK made up to 3 degrees warmer by climate change.

Clean air drive a risk for small firms, says FSB

Government intervention to speed up plans for pollution charging in Greater Manchester is a danger for small firms, many of whom are still unaware, says the Federation of Small Businesses.