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By Stephen Gardner. Global greenhouse gas emissions should decline to half their 1990 level by 2050, EU environment ministers said Sept. 18.

In a common EU position adopted at a meeting in Brussels in preparation for the Nov. 30–Dec. 11 Paris climate summit, the ministers also said delegates in Paris should agree, as part of a “durable legally binding agreement,” to a rolling program of five-year reviews of countries' emissions commitments and should endorse a longer term goal of achieving worldwide “sustainable climate neutrality” by 2100.

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