Emily Folk

Can the 'tiny house movement' last?

Emily Folk
| 3rd September 2018
Those living in tiny homes are seeking a simpler, more sustainable way of living. However, tiny homes can be expensive and not ideal for everyone. Due to the limitations, time will tell whether or not tiny homes are a fad, writes EMILY FOLK

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Geothermal power plant

Can geothermal become an affordable energy source?

Emily Folk
| 31st July 2018
Developing the potential for renewable energy is essential to benefit both the planet and our health,. One renewable source with untapped potential is geothermal - but a cost-effective way to utilise the energy must still be found, writes EMILY FOLK.

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Donald Trump being Donald Trump

Trump's attempt to repeal Obama-era conservation efforts

Emily Folk
| 29th June 2018
President Donald Trump has worked relentlessly to undo environmental and conservation policies from the Obama Administration. Trump will travel to the UK next month, with a mass demonstration planned to meet him. Environmentalists have plenty of reasons to attend. EMILY FOLK provides a run down

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Durdle Door, The Jurassic Coast, Dorset

How shorelines can adapt to climate change

Emily Folk
| 21st June 2018
Climate change has dramatically affected sea level, and as a result, our shorelines. Creating more living shorelines could decrease the effects of climate change by helping underwater plants to thrive, writes EMILY FOLK.

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