What we are reading this week.

Tuna bounce back, but sharks in ‘desperate’ decline.

BBC News, Helen Briggs. 

Tuna are starting to recover after being fished to the edge of extinction, scientists have revealed. Numbers are bouncing back following a decade of conservation efforts, according to the official tally of threatened species.

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UK urged to back sale of artificial meat to tackle climate crisis.

The Guardian, Aamna Mohdin. 

Social Market Foundation says more research could help people move ‘to more sustainable dietary habits’.

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Female Shark Has Rare “Virgin Birth” Without Any Mate for First Time Ever Recorded for This Species.

My Modern Met, Madeleine Muzdakis.

There’s a new baby shark to celebrate at an aquarium in Sardinia, an island which is part of the nation of Italy. The new arrival at the Cala Gonone Aquarium is named Ispera, meaning “hope.”

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Tottenham v Chelsea: Premier League tie to be first net zero carbon football match.

BBC Sport.

Fans will be urged to travel to the stadium via bicycle or public transport and eat only vegan food when Spurs host Chelsea in the Premier League on 19 September.

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Whilst you lay in bed this Sunday morning, why not take a look at some of the news items that have caught our attention this week.

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