European Parliament demands tougher emissions cuts

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MEPs approve a resolution to raise EU's 2020 carbon-cutting goal from 20 to 30 per cent

MEPs have called for the EU to strengthen its emissions reduction ambitions at the forthcoming climate change summit in Doha. A narrow majority of MEPs deemed the current goal of a 20 per cent cut in...

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