European GHG emissions up in 2010
A return to economic growth and cold winter weather resulted in a 2.4% increase in greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions from EU member states during 2010, according to final figures from the European Environment Agency (EEA)In its analysis of GHG emissions in 2010, the EEA confirms that total output rose for the first time in five years to 4,720 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent – 111 million tCO2e more than in 2009. Risi
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