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Slovenia to Reduce Emission of Green House Gases by 15 percent

At the 19th extraordinary session of the UN General Assembly, which focused primarily upon the implementation of the Agenda 21, much attention has been given to the piece of information that the EU was planning to reduce the emission of green house gases by the year 2010 by 15 percent below the emission level set in 1990. In 1990, the CO2 emission in Slovenia reached 7 tons per capita, two-thirds of the OECD average. By the year 2010 Slovenia is to reduce it by 15 percent. The Ministry of Environment and Physical Planning dedicated Tuesday's news conference to a review of implementation of the Agenda 21 goals in Slovenia.

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