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

Calls for Government to curb carbon-intensive tax breaks

An environmental think tank has said that the UK could recapture £12 billion of public spending and meet EU targets for emissions reduction by ending tax-breaks for carbon-intensive industries.

Big companies becoming more concerned about supplier emissions

Survey shows that 6% of leading companies already de-select suppliers based on carbon management and 56% intend to do so in the future.

Extra 500,000 properties to receive automatic flood warnings

The Environment Agency has announced that an extra 500,000 homes and businesses will receive automatic flood warnings if their properties are in imminent danger of flooding.

Reprocessing the North West’s carpet mountain

Envirolink Northwest is offering an opportunity for the region’s businesses to get involved in the emerging carpet reprocessing sector.

Rural Carbon Challenge Fund to boost renewables in rural North West

A new £4 million fund to support renewable energy projects in rural areas will be launched by the Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA) later this year, supporting the growth of wind, water and woodfuel energy projects.

Environment Agency and Natural England granted new enforcement powers

The Environment Agency and Natural England have become the first regulators to be given new civil powers giving them greater flexibility to enforce environmental law, making the system more efficient and effective for both regulators and businesses.

Environment Agency claims high street dazzle to fizzle out with CRC

Environment Agency claim that Government energy scheme could spell the end for all-night lights and dazzling window displays

Free environmental management toolkits for SMEs

Environment Agency releases environmental management toolkits to improve SME performance and legal compliance.

Online training to reduce carbon emissions and costs

The Carbon Trust has launched a new online training tool for small businesses, called Cut Carbon, Cut Costs.

UK must look ‘beyond carbon’ to remain competitive

A report from the influential Aldersgate Group has been launched in the House of Commons recommending the UK looks ‘beyond carbon’ to address critical resource efficiency challenges in all areas.