EU greenhouse gas emissions fall two per cent in 2018

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Emissions fell two per cent across EU last year
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Emissions fell two per cent across EU last year

Latest preliminary estimates show continued fall in emissions across the EU, but spark concern about slow progress on transport and energy

Greenhouse gas emissions fell by two per cent across the EU in 2018 according to the latest official preliminary estimates, but the relatively slow progress in renewable energy deployment and the decarbonisation...

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