What we are reading this week.

Watch First Trailer For David Attenborough’s Netflix Climate Change Doc ‘Breaking Boundaries: The Science Of Our Planet’; Release Date Set.

Deadline, Tom Grater. 

“The science is clear, and has been communicated for the past 30 years, and still we’re not moving in the right direction.” That is the stark message put forward in the first trailer for Breaking Boundaries: The Science of Our Planet, the latest project fronted by David Attenborough for Netflix.

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The world’s most unlikely nature reserve: Wildlife is thriving in Chernobyl.

Euro News Green.

In the absence of humans, the region around Chernobyl is being reclaimed by nature.

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Restoring UK’s peatlands, forests and grasslands ‘vital’ for tackling climate crisis, report says.

The Independent, Daisy Dunne.

Protecting Britain’s ecosystems could help to boost natural carbon stores while also enhancing public well-being, scientists say.

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Newborn orca calf seen swimming with mum off coast of Scotland.

Metro, Tom Williams.

A rare newborn orca calf has been spotted playing with her mum off the coast of Scotland.

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What is ocean rewilding and how will it fight climate change?

Euro News Green, Shannon McDonagh.

The world’s largest biodiversity hub is suffering at the whims of human exploitation.

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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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