What we are reading this week.

The pandemic has revived hope that a more sustainable world is possible.

The Guardian, Jeremy Caradonna. 

Economic growth is inextricably linked to the climate crisis, but the past year has taught us that such growth isn’t essential.

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26 ways to live lighter on the planet, starting now.

National Geographic, Lauren Jarvis. 

Human impact on our world is something we can all reduce. To mark Earth Day – and the launch of National Geographic’s new initiative Planet Possible – a look at sustainability ideas that begin with the most important changemakers of all: us.

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Signs of geological activity found on Venus.

BBC News, Paul Rincon.

Scientists have found evidence parts of Venus’s surface move around like pieces of continent on Earth.

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Super pecs and 1,200 heartbeats per minute: The hidden biology of hummingbird flight.

BBC Science Focus Magazine, Jon Dunn.

Hummingbirds can beat their wings so fast that their flight is audible to us as a sonorous hum. But how did these incredible birds evolve into aerial masters?

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Dragon Man: New species of ancient human may replace Neanderthals as our closest relative.

The Independent, Chiara Giordano.

Homo longi, identified from skull fossil found in China in 1933, would have had larger eye sockets, wide mouth and oversized teeth.

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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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