EmilyFolk

Emily Folk

Emily Folk grew up in a small town in Pennsylvania. She has a passion for ecology and conservation and sustainability.

In high school, she discovered her other passion: writing. After graduating with a degree in Professional Writing, the most natural step seemed to be combining the two passions in one forum. Her goal is to help people become more informed about the world and how we fit into it. 

Her website is Conservation Folks

Latest articles published

10 Ways Renewable Energy Can Save Businesses Money
Corporations purchased around 13.4 gigawatts of renewable energy in 2018 through long-term contracts, more than doubling the amount they bought the year before, according to a new report from Bloomber...
Can Renewable Energy Solve the Global Water Crisis?
You may feel used to stepping up to the faucet, turning the handle and immediately unleashing a steady stream of water, but that's not the case for many people around the world. For approximately 2.1 ...
How Climate Change Will Affect Businesses
Climate change isn't just an environmental problem. The climate is inextricably linked to nearly everything we do as a society. It's already starting to have an impact on businesses around the world, ...
Making Agriculture More Sustainable and Cost-Effective
Most people hear the word "agriculture" and think of fields, roaming cattle and an honest, quintessentially American lifestyle. But the reality of today's agriculture industry is far removed...
Europe Converting Waste to Biogas for Biofuel
Europe leads the world in the use of biogas, a fuel made from biomass through the anaerobic digestion of organic matter. In fact, Europe produces nearly half the world’s biogas1 and has played a lar...