South African President Cyril Ramaphosa wishes to support his country in an ambitious energy transition policy. For this, he calls for the support of the international community.
Animal welfare is an integral part of the new strategy of the European Union. In this context, the EU must thoroughly review its legislation on animal welfare by the end of 2023. It provides for the establishment of a common European label.
On the occasion of the Youth Summit on climate change organized by the UN in Milan, nearly 400 young people under the age of 30, from all over the world, were able to make their voices heard by ministers.
Human-caused climate change is causing famine and drought. It devastates the landscapes and peoples of East Africa. Science is making rapid progress and could provide solutions to prevent future calamities.
A study confirms that the whip blows inflicted on horses during horse races have no effect on their line handling or their speed. Their use could therefore be prohibited without affecting the races.
Animal abuse is rampant and profitable on social media, and self-regulation has failed. The AfA Social Media Animal Cruelty Coalition believes the UK government should step in.
Chinese authorities have ordered 72 coal mines to increase production in order to deal with an energy crisis in the country. Beijing faces a dilemma.
Divers lift a fishing net weighing 450 kg from the Tossa de Mar reef, helping biodiversity to flourish again.
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