By Jeff Mason BRUSSELS, June 22 (Reuters) - European Union nations must boost efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions after data showed they rose 0.3 percent in 2004 among the EU's 15 "old" member states, the bloc's executive said on Thursday. The EU-15 is required under the Kyoto Protocol to reduce emissions of heat-trapping gases by eight percent compared to 1990 levels by the end of the treaty's 2008-2012 period. Carbon dioxide (CO2) from power plants or automobiles and ...
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