European Union's 2010 greenhouse gas emissions rise of 2.4 per cent blamed on cold winter and economic recovery in some areas
Greenhouse gas emissions for the European Union increased in 2010, despite the economic recession and policies intended to tackle climate change. The increase of 2.4 per cent takes Europe further away...
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