EU Environment Ministers Reach Accord on Tough Emission Targets

Brussels, 20 February - EU environment ministers Tuesday reached agreement on strict mandatory targets for greenhouse gas emissions, backing a unilateral cut in EU emissions of 20% by 2020 from 1990 levels. According to Slovenian Environment Minister Janez Podobnik, "the burden of determining the criteria" would probably fall on Slovenia.

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