Rise in emissions threatens CO<SUB>2</SUB> target

The UK's carbon dioxide emissions rose for the second year running in 2001 because of increased coal burn for power generation. After correction for temperature variations, the figures show almost no change in emissions since 1993 - reinforcing doubts about whether the Government's CO2 reduction target for 2010 is achievable on current policies.

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