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Posted on 24 June 2020

Why sustainable supply chains are essential in the post-coronavirus world

With insight from our expert team of advisors, resource efficiency lead Kevin Lambert shows how supply chain sustainability offers both resilience and opportunity as we recover from COVID-19.
Posted on 24 June 2020

Bringing everyone with you: In Conversation with Clean Air Ltd

Will Perrott, MD of Bolton manufacturer Clean Air Ltd, explains how his idea for an in-house ‘environmental committee’ has sparked a company-wide movement to become carbon neutral.
Posted on 24 June 2020

GM vehicle charging network to undergo major transformation

Greater Manchester’s publicly-owned electric vehicle charging network is set to be expanded, modernised and renamed to support the city region’s ‘build back better’ vision.
Posted on 24 June 2020

Making more with less: Small process efficiency improvements that could make a huge difference

Environmental business advisor Claire Scott explains how a fresh pair of eyes can uncover simple but effective ways to make huge efficiency savings in the manufacturing process.
Posted on 24 June 2020

‘Green number plates’ part of COVID-19 recovery plans

The government has announced that electric vehicles will be given green number plates to help councils implement policies that will encourage clean transport during the recovery from COVID-19.
Posted on 24 June 2020

Greater Manchester to house world-first ‘CryoBattery’

Plans are underway to build the world’s largest commercial-scale liquid air battery in Trafford, which will create 200 jobs and power as many as 200,000 homes for 5 hours a day when needed.
Posted on 24 June 2020

Jump in firms asking suppliers for environmental data

There has been a noticeable jump in corporate buyers gathering data on supply chain environmental performance in the last year, with some launching their own initiatives to help suppliers.
Posted on 24 June 2020

Carbon neutral coffee roastery opens in Manchester

Blossom Coffee Roasters in Manchester hopes to ignite conversations around environmentalism with its carbon neutral and ‘B Corp Pending’ approach to sustainable and ethical coffee.
Posted on 24 June 2020

Businesses urged to support home working post-lockdown

A national survey has revealed that almost 1 in 5 car commutes could be avoided after lockdown if employees who wish to remain working remotely are supported to do so.
Posted on 27 May 2020

Call to support social distancing research

Researchers at the University of Manchester are conducting a survey on people’s experiences of social distancing as part of a project to inform future efforts to guide behaviour on climate change.