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Will my country meet its Kyoto target?

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Overview of progress for EU Member States and other EEA member countries

Table 1

Notes: National projections provided by 1 June 2007 have been taken into account in this report.

  1. Projected net removal from carbon sink activities (land-use change and forestry).
  2. Denmark projects it will reach its target by initiating new national climate initiatives, although these had not yet been identified by June 2007.
  3. In July 2007, Spain adopted a Plan of Urgent Measures against Climate Change. Spain plans that these measures will allow it to fulfil its commitments under the Kyoto Protocol.

Greenhouse gas emissions projections for 2010 in Europe

Table 2

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