2024 – learning to live in a brave new warmer and wetter world
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by Enzygo Ltd
5M ago
The New Year opened with an ominous wet start that could be a weather template for the future if climate change remains unchecked. In this season of resolutions, now might be a very good time to move up a gear and make urgent plans to deal with flooding that could soon become inevitable. If you think the threat of local flooding is slowly getting worse, you may be right. Our team at Enzygo (www.enzygo.com) has focused on unpredictable wet weather several times in the last half decade, and as I explain here, our advice is gradually evolving as climate change takes a firmer grip (also see https ..read more
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Northern Ireland – a bright future when quick-response planning reflects local needs
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by Enzygo Ltd
6M ago
‘Local Plans’ designed to improve economic and community life … while reducing climate change impacts … are transforming the UK planning system. Northern Ireland is both a regional leader and important new home for Enzygo’s expanding chain of offices providing expert environmental planning skills nationwide. It is not by chance that Belfast is the location of choice for one of our new service hubs which together deliver local solutions for challenging planning, permitting and environmental problems by pooling the extensive experience of Enzygo’s multidisciplinary teams of specialists across th ..read more
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End-of-life waste planning can cut emissions the COP28 climate summit can’t curb
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by Enzygo Ltd
7M ago
Human-made emissions are a problem internationally and locally. On a world scale, carbon and other greenhouse gases (GHGs) are pushing global warming and climate change ever higher. On our own doorsteps, they create pollution and health hazards. But there is a common link that I would like to explore – which is that in theory at least we can intervene and mitigate their impacts in both cases. Globally, this means making a new massive international effort to stop further atmospheric warming by cutting carbon and its sister gases in line with the 2050 net-zero emissions target. Locally, after ta ..read more
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Enzygo open a Belfast Office!
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by Enzygo Ltd
7M ago
Enzygo, a rapidly-growing UK environmental and planning consultancy group of companies, has opened a Belfast office to further extend their geographical reach to support their growing client base. After started life with three employees 15 years ago, the company has steadily expanded its workforce to over 60 today based in Sheffield, Bristol and Manchester, Cambridge, Cardiff and now Belfast! The latest move into Northern Ireland will focus on their work within the energy sector, including EV charging, battery storage and solar, alongside sustainable fuels. Unique approach Enzygo is an indepen ..read more
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Weather for 2023-2024 – and far … far … far beyond!
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by Enzygo Ltd
7M ago
Forecasting our winter weather after a topsy-turvy record-breaking 12 months is challenging. With so much changing quickly, I thought a glimpse at our ancient world – and its long-term future – could make a gripping yarn to share by this year’s Christmas log-fire … with the reassuring message that in our own small tough pocket of time, we can still shape a better future. When I say tough, I’m thinking of inflation, high living costs, expensive energy, and war, but also punishing heatwaves, wildfires, fears the global weather is spinning out of control, plus the world’s difficulties – highlight ..read more
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Insider Media Ask The Expert – End of Life Waste Planning Can Cut Emissions the COP28 Climate Summit Cannot Curb
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by Enzygo Ltd
7M ago
Conal Kearney, Director of Air Quality at Enzygo, talks about end-of-life waste planning. Human-made emissions are a problem internationally and locally. On a world scale, carbon and other greenhouse gases (GHGs) are pushing global warming and climate change ever higher. On our own doorsteps, they create pollution and health hazards. But are common links: Globally, this is about making international efforts to overturn the current rapidly accelerating warming trend by cutting carbon and its sister gases in line with the 2050 net-zero emissions target in which we humans do not cause ..read more
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Enzygo produce their first podcast!
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by Enzygo Ltd
7M ago
Exciting times producing the first 2 episodes of our podcast with Visualised it Video Production, TV and Animation yesterday at Barnsley DMC! Watch this space for details of how you can listen ..read more
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Enzygo’s Trip to the House of Lords to support their charity
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by Enzygo Ltd
7M ago
A great day with Nick Whitehead at the House of Lords supporting Dan Hope and others from our charity SFAC (Strengthening Families And Children). It was lovely to come together with other supporters of the charity, and to hear more about plans to support more adults to ensure they are equipped to care for children, allowing them to thrive. More details on the charity and how to support them here – https://sfac.org.uk ..read more
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An Overview of EV Charging and Recent Trends
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by Enzygo Ltd
7M ago
Transport produced 24% of the UK’s total emissions in 2020 and remains the largest emitting sector in the UK. 91% of UK transport emissions come from road transport (Department for Transport, 2022). Increasing the use of Electric Vehicles (EVs) is therefore of paramount importance if the UK is to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. Recent trends show that the electric vehicle market is booming, with a record increase in the number of EVs sales in the UK over the past two years. However, this is happening at a pace far greater than the rollout of EV charging infrastructure, according to the UK ..read more
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Synthetic fuels – energising the parts green electrification cannot reach?
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by Enzygo Ltd
8M ago
Not everyone can plug into the power grid! Although a fully-fledged hydrogen economy is being developed in the increasingly intense race to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, some hard-to-reach-and-abate sectors will have to rely on carbon-neutral, or even carbon-negative, liquid fuels as an interim or even long-term solution. It is important to plan for their infrastructure now. It is now overwhelmingly clear that we must cap the release of greenhouse gases (GHGs) wherever possible to put a lid on the soaring temperature rises seen around the world recently, with far worse predicted to follow ..read more
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