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

Big companies not doing enough to reduce emissions

New research by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) has shown that carbon intensive firms are setting their emissions reduction targets too low.

‘SMEs: Building a Better Future’ workshop programme launched

The North West Construction Knowledge Hub is preparing to deliver a free programme of three hour workshops for the region’s built environment sector.

New regulations for producers of industrial and automotive batteries

New legislation has come into force to ensure that all waste industrial and automotive batteries are recycled.

New recycling qualification available

A new qualification has been launched to help train waste management staff as the UK gets to grips with recycling.

New Carbon Trust workshop

The Carbon Trust is running a free energy management workshop to help North West businesses cut their energy costs.

Carbon Trust supports revolutionary ‘light emitting wallpaper’ technology

North West company receives funding for technology which could replace light bulbs

UK helps to seal Copenhagen Accord

The Copenhagen Climate Change negotiations went in to extra time with the final Accord still being discussed and agreed in Plenary in the early hours of Saturday morning (19 December 2009).

Manchester achieves LCEA status to secure low carbon growth

Greater Manchester has been designated the UK’s first Low Carbon Economic Area (LCEA) for the Built Environment, which will help the area build on its strong track record in regeneration.

Recycling regulations to be introduced for farm films

Defra has launched a consultation on setting up collection and recycling networks for producers of farm films or Non Packaging Agricultural Products (NPAP) such as silage wrap and crop covers.

Pressure as emissions deadline approaches

The Local Government Association has called for new measures to enable local authorities to reduce emissions in their areas and help the Government to avoid a potential fine of £300m.