British MPs Urge Action on Global Warming

More action is needed to tackle climate change, a committee of MPs has warned.

Published: 27-Mar-2005

The Commons environmental audit committee has criticised government suggestions that new technology and market mechanisms will reduce carbon dioxide emissions

And the European emissions trading scheme also comes under attack in a report published on Sunday.

Britain and the developed world should be seeking to reduce emissions by 60 to 80 per cent by 2050, say the MPs.

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