The cattle grazing of the past used to mean depletion of natural resources and overgrazing land. A new grazing movement, however, involves carefully mapping overgrown areas that may aid in environmental restoration, argues EMILY FOLK
Energy independence can have huge benefits for countries - particularly the United States. Energy independence gives economic freedom and the opportunity to branch out further into the renewable energy sector. EMILY FOLK reports
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
Wanting to live a greener lifestyle includes going green at home. but can building a home be an environmentally-friendly option for people invested in building their dream home? EMILY FOLK investigates
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.
Industrial farming has resulted in serious concerns about welfare and safety. But technology is continually allowing for more automation and efficiency. One industry that could benefit greatly from new technology is agriculture, although it may be a difficult transition for farmers, writes EMILY FOLK