Why is the largest illegal fishing fleet ever discovered causing dead bodies to wash ashore in Japan?
The world’s two biggest palm oil producers have long protested EU policies against palm oil, calling them discriminatory and protectionist of Europe’s own oilseeds industry.
The policy is part of President Tsai’s commitment to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, when renewable energy accounts for over 60% of the country’s total electricity production.
A shrine in central Japan is defending a popular ritual that often sees the horses taking part mistreated or injured. Animal rights activists say it's about tourism and money, not history.
Activists call the passage of the amendment a “key step” to reforming the mining sector.
What product is virtually eaten by everyone without realizing it and is part of an industry that was meant to slow down the seas from running out of fish but it’s actually accelerating it?