BRUSSELS, Feb 20 (Reuters) - European Union environment ministers agreed in principle on Tuesday to set ambitious targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel said. He told a news conference the 27 ministers agreed to set a goal of cutting emissions blamed for climate change by 30 percent worldwide by 2012, with a 20 percent unilateral cut by the EU, but they still had to agree how the burden would be shared among member states. EU Environment ...
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