Australia commits to cut carbon 15 per cent by 2020

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Australia follows EU in agreeing to binding emission targets, but environmental groups slam "weak" targets as inadequate

Australia today pledged to cut greenhouse gas emissions 15 per cent below 1990 levels by 2020 in the event of an effective successor to the Kyoto Agreement being delivered next year. The Australian...

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