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Our picks for the week of April 10-16: 

• James Bond would be jealous. Developers of the Jetlev-Flyer have created a jet pack that uses water as a propellant.

• If you're obsessed with animals, we have a new diversion for you: a collection of animal webcams. (We sorry if productivity just came to a grinding halt.)

• Space fans will get a kick out of this: 8 outstanding images of the planet Uranus.

Business books as graphic novels• We hope you don't run into any snakes this summer, but if you do, here's how to handle the worst-case scenario.

• If popular business books don't pique your interest, try the graphic novel approach. 

• There are several classic arguments for and against climate change. We spell out the rationale behind both.

• just released its list of the 12 worst new cars for the environment. See who made this infamous list.

• This week, we take you to Grand Rapids, Mich., where the metro area isn't huge but the appreciation of public art and green space is. 

• How does $1.40 a gallon sound? That's the promise and the reality of jatropha, a low-emission diesel fuel.

• We're all about making your life easier. With that in mind, here are 10 tips for surviving a zombie outbreak. (You can thank us later.)

Plus: Don't forget to check out the week in photos, including this curious image of a public art installation in Detroit (below).

MNN week in review: Water-propelled jet packs and animal webcams
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the Mother Nature Network including animal webcams, a cool water-propelled jet pack and much more.