By Jeff Mason STRASBOURG, France, April 25 (Reuters) - The European Union, considered a leader in fighting climate change, emits 20,268 tonnes of extra carbon dioxide (CO2) a year by having parliament seats in both France and Belgium, a report said on Wednesday. The study, commissioned by the Greens party in the European Parliament (EP), said lawmakers' monthly commute from their base in Brussels to their second home in Strasbourg hits the environment as well as taxpayers' pockets. "We ...
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