What we are reading this week.

World’s tiniest pig, once thought extinct, returning to the wild.

National Geographic, Kamakshi Ayyar. 

The shy, 10-inch-tall pygmy hog, “rediscovered” in 1971, is steadily increasing in number due to captive breeding in its native India.

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The Honest Truth: Why red kites are now flying high again after rewilding success story.

The Sunday Post, Sally McDonald.

Tom Bowser runs the Argaty Red Kites conservation project in Stirlingshire and is the author of A Sky Full of Kites: A Rewilding Story.

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Mark Rylance: arts should tell ‘love stories’ about nature to tackle climate crisis.

The Guardian, Tara Conlan.

Exclusive: actor says individuals rather than government should lead way as he launches wetlands drama

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What Seabird Populations Tell Us About the Health of the Ocean.

The Maritime Executive, D. Schoeman, B. A. Hoover & W. Sydeman.

Just as caged canaries once warned coal miners of the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, free-flying seabirds are now warning humanity about the deteriorating health of our oceans.

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New international alliance to preserve Peruvian Amazon rainforest.

Gov.UK, Various Government Departments & Contributors.

The UK, US, Peru, Germany, and Norway are stepping up efforts to reduce deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon by 2025.

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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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