European Parliament says targeting HFCs and black carbon could be more cost-effective than cutting carbon
Ministers in the European Parliament have voted to accelerate the bloc's efforts to cut emissions from fluorinated gases, such as those used in fridges, as a more cost-effective way of reducing emissions...
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