Jane Marsh

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Jane Marsh is the Editor-in-Chief of Environment.co. She covers all things related to the environment, sustainability and renewable energy.

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Mother Pig Rescued With Piglets After Fleeing Farm, Giving Birth In Woods

Mother Pig Rescued With Piglets After Fleeing Farm, Giving Birth In Woods

A mother pig and her piglets will spend the rest of their lives in peace after she busted out of a farm while...
Sri Lankans find a digital helping hand for baby birds fallen from nests

Sri Lankans find a digital helping hand for baby birds fallen from nests

Nesting season for Sri Lanka’s birds, which runs from February to May and coincides with the start of the monsoon, often sees chicks...
Your electric vehicle could become a mini power plant

Your electric vehicle could become a mini power plant

Grist / PerlAlexander / 3alexd / Getty Images In an asphalt lot just north of New York City, yellow school buses are resting...
Have You Ever Seen the Adorable Pink Fairy Armadillo? No? It’s… Amazing.

Have You Ever Seen the Adorable Pink Fairy Armadillo? No? It’s… Amazing.

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Space Available and Peggy Gou apply craft practices to plastic waste chair

Design studio Space Available and techno DJ Peggy Gou have joined forces to create a chair made of plastic trash collected from streets and waterways in Indonesia. Each chair is...

Belugas and Polar Bears

Belugas and Polar Bears Guest post by: Kieran McIver, Beluga Boat Captain and Churchill Operations Manager at Polar Bears International Churchill, Manitoba, is known worldwide for...
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