EU emissions up but meeting Kyoto target
The European Union's greenhouse gas emissions rose in 2010 for the first time in six years, but the 27-nation bloc is still on track to meet its target under an international climate accord, the EU's environmental agency said Wednesday.
Emissions of carbon dioxide and other gases increased by 2.4 percent as some EU countries bounced back from recession, the European Environment Agency said. In addition, a colder winter than in the previous year led to higher heating demand, the EEA added.
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