Emma Ashworth, Author at Oxford Open Learning

Articles by Emma Ashworth

The Black Sea

The Dark Ecological Tale of The Black Sea…

Multiple projects are happening throughout the countries currently contributing to the problem, and they are starting to see a sea change.

Electric Cars

Are Electric Cars Really Eco?

If batteries are charged using completely renewable electricity then this part of an electric car is completely CO2 free. If electricity generating from burning coal is used, however, then this creates a lot of CO2, and while a bit better than burning petrol or diesel, there is in fact not that much difference.

Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou – The Woman Who Rose

Angelou’s life was filled with performance; a singer, dancer and writer, she was the first black woman to write a screenplay for a major film, ‘Georgia, Georgia’, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.

Mary Magdalene

Celebrating in Spain: The Immaculate Conception

In fact, the Immaculate Conception is the day recognised by the Catholic Church as the date of the conception of the Virgin Mary, not her son, Jesus.

New Year's Resolutions

Home Schooling Adventures in Spain: The Festival of San José

San José happens to be the patron saint of our Spanish village, so the celebrations here are even bigger than those in the surrounding villages and towns.

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