Updated: MEPs approve new GHG reporting rules
EU member states will have to report on carbon emissions and abatement resulting from land use change and agriculture, under new legislation approved by the European parliamentMEPs have approved a new regulation to amend the greenhouse-gas (GHG) reporting rules for member states, which were created by the Monitoring Mechanism Decision (Decision 280/2004/EC), to improve data
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