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

Green credentials increasingly crucial to talent acquisition

Around two thirds of young people take into account environmental credentials when choosing an employer, and nearly half of workers would accept a lower salary to work for more responsible firms.

Greater Manchester launches Retrofitting Task Force

A new task force bringing together some of the best minds in energy, education and infrastructure aims to ensure that Greater Manchester’s homes and buildings are fit for a zero carbon future.

‘All companies’ urged to join Race to Zero initiative

Businesses of every size and sector are being urged to join the UN’s Race to Zero initiative on climate change, which has seen a near-50% increase in major signatories since the start of the year.

Green highlights from the 2021 Queen’s Speech

The 2021 Queen’s Speech set out the government’s plans in the lead up to the COP26 UN climate summit in November, with three new climate-related strategies expected over the coming months.

The power of a good question: In Conversation with Molygran

Keith Fairhurst, Managing Director of polystyrene converter Molygran, explains how they have drastically improved resource efficiency over several years and how one simple question unlocked huge savings.

Businesses called on to support greener pensions

A Green Pensions Charter supported by some of the UK’s biggest firms has been launched following research that shows 18 million savers would switch to a greener pension if given the chance.

A beginner’s guide to carbon offsetting

Environmental Business Advisor Claire Scott explains how carbon offsetting works, when it can be effective and why it should be the last item on your carbon reduction to-do list.

UK firms set to invest £16bn in electric vehicles in 2021

Business investment in electric vehicles is expected to rise by 50 per cent year-on-year in 2021 as charging infrastructure continues to be rolled out, with more than half a million now on Britain’s roads.

Coalition launched to support SMEs with net zero

The Zero Carbon Business Partnership has been created to play a key role in helping UK SMEs on their journey to net zero, with research showing that a third are not familiar with the phrase.

University named ‘world’s best’ for sustainable development

The University of Manchester has been named the number one university for sustainability impact out of more than 1,200 institutions worldwide, in recognition of its efforts in areas such as procurement.