* Soaring transport emissions need to be tackled * Sanctions await countries not meeting targets (Adds regional detail) By Pete Harrison BRUSSELS, May 29 (Reuters) - Warm weather in 2007 helped the European Union towards its target of cutting global warming gases under the U.N. Kyoto Protocol for fighting climate change, but Spain, Italy and Ireland remained way off track. Soaring transport emissions also offset many of the advances made by the 27-nation bloc, EU data showed on ...
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